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NOTES 

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CONTENTS. 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 

Grant of Arms to Joseph Farmer, 1855 
Grant of Arms to (Sir) William Farmer, 1885 



A)6 



ILLUSTRATION. 

Book-plate of " Nicholas Goddard Jackson, Duddington " 



facing page 



43 



PEDIGREES. 



PAGE 

Abney of Measham, co. Derby 115 
Adams .... 165 
Alderson . . . 135 

Amherst . . .154 

Bagot . . . .138 

Bagot of Pipe Hall, co. Warwick 1 52 
Barlow .... 5 

Brewster. . . .162 

Brewster of Castle Hedingham, 

CO. Essex . . .160 

Burdett of Foremark, co. Derby, 

Baronets . . .129 

Burrell . . . .108 

De Chair ... 46 

Duncan . . . .120 

Fane .... 90 

Grey of Howick and Falloden, 

CO. Northumberland, Baronets 48 

Hinckes .... 106 
HodsoU .... I 



Holroyd . 

Jackson . 

Jalland . 

Landon . 

Lubbock 

Peel 

Ponsonby 

Round . 

Ryder 

Somerset 

Steedman 

Thursby of Abington Abbey, co 

Northampton, Baronets 
WoUaston 
Wollaston of Finborough, co, 

Suffolk, and of Shenton 

CO. Leicester 
Worsley of Hovingham, co. York 

Baronets 



PAGE 
59 
43 
67 
34 
72 
62 
37 
56 
124 

14 
9 

10 
77 



82 
28 



REGISTER EXTRACTS. 



Duncan Family 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEALS. 



Adams . 




165 


Hodsoll . 


4 


Adams impaling 


Brett . 


167 


Hulme impaling Adams 


169 


Adams impaling 


Burslem 


166 


Jackson . 


43 


Adams impaling 


Forde . 


166 


Oxford, See of, impaling Bagot 


150 


Adams impahng 


Meare . 


168 


Peel 


62 


Bagot 




138 


Round . 


56 


Burdett, Baronet 




129 


Thursby, Baronet 


10 


Duncan . 




120, 121 


Warburton impaling Adams 


168 


Fane 




90 


Wollaston 


77 


Farmer . 




105 


Worsley, Baronet 


28 


Grey, Baronet 




48 







128G457 



NOTES. 



Pedigree of Hodsoll. 



Hodsoll. 

[Vol. II, p. 52.] 



Thomas Hodsoll of Ightham,= 
CO. Kent, gent (son of John 
Hodsoll) ; administrator to his 
son John 10 February i62|^; 
bur. at Ightham 17 May 1631. 



=Dorothy Maxfield, dau. and heir of the 
Rev. Thomas Maxfield, Rector of Ash- 
by-Wrotham, co. Kent; bapt. at Ash-by- 
Wrotham 4 September 1575; bur. at 
Ightham 21 July 1631. She married 
istly William Parker. 



John Hodsoll, bapt. at Ightham Anne, bapt. 

29 June 1602; bur. there i at Ightham 

January 1624. Administration 25 March 

granted 10 February 162^ 1604. 
(RC.C.) 



Thomas Hodsoll, 
bapt. at Ightham 
2 March i6o4; 
died young. 



Henry Hodsoll, bapt. 
at Ightham 14 Feb- 
ruary i6o|; bur. there 
the following day. 



William Hodsoll of=j=Jane Mandy, dau. Stephen Hodsoll, Henry Hodsoll, EUzabeth, bapt. 



Ightham, gent ; 
bapt. at Ightham 
26 March 1609; 
bur. there 24 June 
1649. 



of Henry Mandy bapt. at Ightham bapt. at Ightham at Ightham 19 

of Sundridge, co. 26 March i6ii; 13 July 1612; February i6r|. 

living 17 April living 17 April 

1647. 1647. 



Kent, yeoman ; 
living in 1649, 
(?) bur. at Ightham 
I May 1672. 



William Hodsoll of Plaxtol,= 
CO. Kent ; bapt. at Ightham 
2 April 1632 ; executor to will 
of his brother Thomas 19 
April 1665; bur. at Ightham 
28 September 171 1. Will 
dated 8 October 1706, proved 
4 November 171 1, by William 
Hodsoll, son (P.C.C. 238 
Yormg). He married istly 
Martha, by whom he had 
issue. 



=Jane Woodgate, marr. 
at Wrotham 29 Oc- 
tober 1674; bur. at 
Ightham 4 May 17 15. 
Will dated 15 January 
171!^, proved 24 May 
1 7 15 (Deanery of 
Shoreham, V., 1303). 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Hodsoll of=i=Anne Monk, 



Ightham, shearman ; 
bapt. at Ightham 20 
March 163!; t>ur. there 
4 April 1665. Will 
dated 26 March 1665, 
proved 19 April 1665 
(Deanery of Shoreham). 



A 



marr. at Plax- 
tol 6 January 
165!; died 
before 26 
March 1665. 



Mandy Hodsoll= 
bapt. at Ighthani, 
CO. Kent, i8 July 
1636 ; not 21, 
2 May 1657 ; 
mentioned in 
will of his 
brother Thomas 
26 March 1665 ; 
bur. at Ightham 
10 November 
1721. 



=Elizabeth Taylor, 
marr. at Ight- 
ham 4 December 
1662 ; (?) bur. at 
Ightham 2 March 



Francis Hodsoll 
of Wrotham, co. 
Kent, yeoman ; 
mentioned in 
will of his bro- 
ther Thomas 26 
March 1665; bur. 
at Ightham 1 7 
June 1729. Will 
dated 19 May 
1729, proved 16 
October 1729, by 
William Hodsoll, 
nephew (Deanery 
of Shoreham, 

VI.. 330). 



Henry Hodsoll of= 
Shipbourne,co. Kent, 
yeoman ; executor to 
will of his brother 
Thomas 19 April 
1665 ; bur. at Ight- 
ham 12 June 1700. 
Will dated i Decem- 
ber 1699, proved at 
Rochester 24 June 
1700. 



I 
John Hodsoll of Ightham ; bapt. at Shipboume=j=Elizabeth Jefferys, 

marr. at Ship- 
bourne 2 7 October 
1700. 



7 September 1668; mentioned in his father's 
will I December 1699; bur. at Shipbourne 27 
September 17 19. 



=Mary Wood of 
Seale, co, Kent; 
marr. at Ship- 
bourne 26 No- 
vember 1667 ; 
mentioned in 
her husband's 
will I December 
1699; (?)bur. at 
Ightham 12 Sep- 
tember 1 7 18. 



William Hodsoll, bapt. 
at Shipbourne 16 April 
1 67 1, living I December 
1699. 



A 



Henry Hodsoll of Hadlow, co. Kent; born 2 7=f=Elizabeth, bur 
October, bapt. at Shipbourne i November 1673; at Hadlow 9 
executor to his father's will 24 June 1700; bur. at October 1739. 
Hadlow I October 1747. 



Thomas Hodsoll, bapt. at 
Shipbourne 31 December 
1684; living I December 
1699. 



B 



William Hod- 
soll, bapt. and 
bur. at Ship- 
bourne 4 Oc- 
tober 1 701. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Shipbourne 
30 December 
1702. 



Mary, bapt. 
at Shipbourne 
22 December 
1703. 



Margaret,bur.= 
at Hadlow 
21 September 
1733. 1 St wife. 



=Henry Hodsoll of= 
Hadlow, farmer ; 
bapt. at Ship- 
bourne 3 July 
1705. Adminis- 
tration granted 
22 February 1783 
(P.C.C.) 



A 



=Anne, ad- 
ministratrix 
to her hus- 
band 2 2 Feb- 
ruary 1783. 
2nd wife. 



A 



John Hodsoll, 
not 21, 26 
March 1665 ; 
living 8 Octo- 
ber 1706, 



Maxfield Hodsoll of Wrotham, co. Kent, yeoman ;= 
bapt. at Ightham, co. Kent, 21 March 164I; men- 
tioned in will of his brother Thomas 26 March 1665 ; 
bur. at Ightham 20 September 1712. Will dated 
10 August 1710, proved 17 December 17 12, by 
Maxfield Hodsoll, son (Deanery of Shoreham). 



=Mary Gransden, dau. 
of John Gransden of 
East Mailing, CO. Kent; 
(?) bur. at Ightham 
14 October 1720. She 
married istly . . . Scale. 



David PoUey of=Jane, bapt. Maxfield Hodsoll of=f=Isabella Baldwin, executrix to will of 



Wilmington, co. at Wrotham Plaxtol, co. Kent ; 
Kent. 21 November died, aged 49, bur, 

1676. at Ightham 7 No- 

vember 1735. 



her son Maxfield 9 January 1755; 
bur. at Ightham 22 February 1755. 
Administration granted 6 March 1755, 
to Humphry Baldwin, brother (P.C.C.) 



Maxfield Hodsoll of Plaxtol, yeoman ; 
bapt. at Plaxtol 5 March 17 if; bur. at 
Ightham 9 November 1754. Will dated 14 
September 1754, proved 9 January 1755 
(P.C.C. 12 Paul). 



Edmund Hodsoll, bapt. 
at Plaxtol 19 March 
i72y; bur. at Ightham 
n January 1737-. 



Urban Hodsoll, bapt. 
at Plaxtol 8 October 
1723; bur. at Ightham 
13 September 1745. 



Thomas Hodsoll, bapt. at Hadlow, co. Kent, 
25 June 1707, bur. at Shipbourne, co. Kent, 
25 October following. 



John Hodsoll, bapt. at Hadlow 9 November 
1708. 



Anne Barr, dau. of=y=Reuben Hodsoll of Wrotham,=j=Mary Stone, died, 



Robert Barr of Had- 
low, by Anne his 
wife; died, aged 24, 
27 May, bur. at 
Hadlow 30 May 
1 741. M.I. istwife. 



wheelwright ; bapt. at Hadlow 
I January \']'i.\; died, aged 80, 
30 December 1791, bur. at Had- 
low. M.I. Will dated 13 January 
1781, proved 24 October 1792 
(P.C.C. 516 Fountain). 



Anne, bapt. at Plaxtol 
30 May 1740. 



Mary's Lane, Wrotham, 
wheelwright ; bapt. at 
Wrotham 1 2 August 
J744- A 



aged 67, 29 Jan- 
uary 1783, bur. at 
Wrotham. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



I 
Thomas Hodsoll, 

bapt. at Hadlow 

5 May 1 7 14. 



Henry Hodsoll of St.=f=Anne Hodsoll, dau. of Thomas 



Hodsoll of South Ash, by 
Mary his wife; died, aged 91, 
in 1842. 



WiUiam Hodsoll of= 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 
Sadler ; died, aged 78, 
in 1826. 



A 



Philip Fuller of Frindsbury,=j=Mary. 
CO. Kent. 



William Wimble of Chatham,=f=Hannah. 
CO. Kent. 



/N 



Thomas HodsoU 
of Dartford, co. 
Kent, wheel- 

wright. 



Maxfield Hodsoll of Wrotham,=i=Sarah Hackett, 



CO. Kent, tailor ; born 1 1 
January 1754; named coheir 
to Maxfield Hodsoll 14 Sep- 
tember 1754; died 21 July 
1837, bur. at Wiotham. M.I. 



dau. of James 
Hackett ; died, 
aged 32, 23 
January 1840. 



Isaac Hodsoll of Sundridge, 
CO. Kent, wheelwright ; 
bapt. at Wrotham 2 1 March 
1756; died, aged 28, in 
1784. 



James Hodsoll of Wrotham ;=i=Caroline Spencer, dau. of Joseph Spencer of Wrotham, by 



born at Wrotham 13 October 
bapt. there 5 November 1788; 
died, aged 25, 27 September, 
bur. at Wrotham 4 October 
1813. 



A 



Susanna Woodhams his wife ; born at Hartfield, co. Sussex, 
25 December 1789, bapt. there 10 February 1790; marr. at 
Wrotham 10 June 1812; died, aged 76, 8 October, bur. 
at Maidstone, co. Kent, 13 October 1866. She married 2ndly 
Edward Munk of Maidstone. 



{For issue see ''Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XL, page 32.) 




Fac-simile of au 
impression of a 
seal from a deed 
dated 1690. 



Pedigree of Barlow. 

Henry Barlow of Attercliffe, in Sheffield, co. York,=f=Alice, executrix to 
yeoman. Will dated i6 April 1589, proved at I her husband's will 
York 28 July 1589 (Vol. 24, fo. 219). | 28 July 1589. 



Barlow. 

[Vol. II, p. 62.] 



Thomas Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
16 April 1589. 



Hugh Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
16 April 1589. 



Francis Barlow of Sheffield,=j=Anne, execu- 



ironmonger; executor to his 
father's will 28 July 1589 ; 
Will dated 7 August 1616, 
proved at York 7 May 16 17 
(Vol. 34, fo. 450). 



trix to her 
husband's will 
7 May 161 7. 



Margaret, marr. 
before 16 April 
1589, . . . . 
Townley. 



John Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's 
will 7 August 
1616. 



Humphrey Barlow= 
of Sheffield, grocer; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 7 
August 1616. Ad- 
ministration granted 
20 September 1653 
(P.C.C.) 



=Dorothy Sylvester, 
dau. of Gregory 
Sylvester of Mans- 
field, CO. Notting- 
ham, by Cassandra 
Pease his wife ; 
marr. at Mansfield 
5 October 1625. 



Francis Barlow of=j=Elizabeth, living 



Sheffield, cutler ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 7 August 
1616. Will dated 20 
March 164^, proved 
at York 25 June 
1649 {tinregiste?-ed). 



A 



20 March 164!. 



Francis Barlow of Sheffield, gent;=Cathenne, died 

bapt. at Sheffield 26 September in 1687, bur. 

1626; administrator to his father in Sheffield 

20 September 1653; admitted to Church. M.l. 

the freedom of the Cullers 28 

August 1681 ; bur. in Sheffield 

Church. M.I. Will dated 6 

December 1689, with codicil 

dated 5 March i6^f, proved 

at York 18 September 1690 

(Vol. 61, fo. 304). 



Samuel Barlow= 
of Leeds, co. 
York ; born 
24 September 
1628; living 
6 December 
1689. 



=Mary Johnson, . . . living 
dau. of Thomas 5 March 
Johnson, by i6|^; mar- 
Jane his wife, ried . . . 
dau. of Tho- Elmes. 
mas Skelton ; 
(?) bur. at Leeds 
19 November 
1703- 



Mary Barlow, 
born 10 Au- 
gust 1 651; 
died young. 



Seth Barlow, 
born 1 1 April 
1655; died 
young. 



Jane, born 7 Robert Scott of Leeds,=j=Dorothy, born 

January 165^; mercer; bur. at Leeds 21 7 May 1658. 

marr. . . .'. August 1708. Will dated 

Hetherington. 2 April 1707, proved 27 
June 1 7 10. He married 
2ndly Elizabeth Wimersly, 
widow. /K 



Edward Barlow, men- 
tioned in his father's will 
7 August 1616; executor 
to will of his brother 
Francis 25 June 1649. 



Alexander Bar- 
low, possibly 
living 7 August 
1616. 



Charles Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
7 August 1 61 6. 



Samuel Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
7 August 1616. 



Stephen Barlow, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
7 August 16 16. 



I 
Samuel Barlow, born 23 May 
1660; died, aged 17 years and 
7 months, 29 October 1679, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Leeds, co. York. 



Samuel James=Elizabeth, born 29 De- 
Hutcheson of cember 1661 ; died 10 
Sheffield, co. July 1685, bur. in the 
York. Friends' Burial Ground, 

Leeds. 



Seth Barlow, bom 
14 May 1663; died 
23 July 1670, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial 
Ground. Leeds. 



Thomas Barlow of Middlethorpe, near York, gent;=|=Mary Chapman, dau. of William Chapman 



born 18 October 1666; executor to will of his 
uncle Francis 18 September 1690; received 
a grant of arms in 1691; died in France in 17 13. 
Will dated 20 April 17 13, administration granted 
3 February 17 if (P.C.C. 22 Aston). 



of Skegness, co. Lincoln, by Mary his 
ist wife, dau. of Captain Richard BoUes 
of Theddlethorpe, co. Lincoln ; bapt. at 
Skegness 29 June 1667; marr. in 1691 ; 
died at Renishaw in 1694, bur. at Eckington, 
CO. Derby. M.L 



. . . Cook 
I St wife. 



=Francis Barlow of Middlethorpe, esquire ;= 
administrator to his father's will 20 April 
1713; High Sheriff for co. York 1735. 
Will dated 18 December 1769, proved at 
York 1 1 December 1 7 7 1 (Vol. 1 1 5, fo. 376). 



=Elizabeth Carter. 
2nd wife. 



A daughter, bapt. 
at Sheffield 20 July 
1692; bur. there 
28 July 1693. 



Thomas Barlow of Attleborough, co. Norfolk, esquire; died, aged 84, at Attleborough 
I December 1800. Will dated 9 January 1792 and 3 November 1800, proved 12 February 
1801 ((P.C.C. 79 Abercrombie). 



Margaret, men- Edward Sanderson==Anne, mentioned Mary, mentioned 
tioned in her of Sheffield, co. York; in her father's will in her father's will 
father's will 7 executor to will of 7 August 16 16; 7 August 1616. 
August 161 6. his brother-in-law, marriage hcence 

Francis Barlow, 25 (York) dated 1622. 

June 1649. 



Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 7 
August 161 6. 



John Barlow, born 29 
April 1669; died 10 
October 1670, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Leeds, co. 
York. 



Mary Barlow, born 
II July 167 1 ; 
died 21 April 1674, 
bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, 
Leeds. 



Francis Barlow, born 
6 January 1 6 7^ ; died 
29 March 1673, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Leeds. 



John Barlow, born 14 Feb- 
ruary 1677; mentioned in 
will of his uncle Francis 
6 December 1689; died in 
1710. 



Rev. William Dealtry,=j=Elizabeth, born 7 April 1746; 



Rector of Wiggington, 
CO. York ; (?) died in 
1836. 



mentioned in her father's will 18 
December 1769; died 21 August 
1793- 



A\ 



I 
John Barlow, born 5 March 

1748; Lieutenant roth Dragoons 

4 March 1773; died in France. 



Francis Barlow of Mitcham, co. Surrey,=T=Alathea Masterman, dau =Anne, marr. 



esquire ; Secondary of the Crown 
Office, Deputy Clerk of the Crown 
Court of King's Bench; died, aged 78, 
in January 1799. Will dated 14 
March 1787, 14 May 1793 and 6 Feb- 
ruary 1794, proved 23 January 1799 
(P.C.C. 10 J^oTi'e). 



of Henry Masterman of 
Settrington, co. York ; 
married 27 June 1755; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 23 January 1799; 
died, aged 79, in Essex 
Street, Strand, London, 
19 December 1809. 



Handysyde. 



before 18 De- 
cember 1769. 



Henry Masterman of Settrington ;=Catherine Symondson, Marmaduke Robinson=f=Juliana. 

took the name of Masterman by dau. of . . . Symond- of Malton, co. York. 

Royal Licence dated 18 April 1823; son of Bishopsthorpe, 

died, aged 69, 4 July 1826. co. York. A\ 



Samuel Francis Barlow, born at= 
Middlethorpe, near York ; educated 
at Charterhouse and Christ's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, admitted Fellow 
Commoner 25 October 1765, aged 
1 7 ; admitted to the Middle Temple 
13 June 1767; died, aged 51, bur. 
at St. Mary, Bishophill, senior, 
York, in 1800. 



=Mary Thornton, dau. 
of William Thornton ; 



died, aged 93, 
Bootham, York, 
November 1842. 



at 
13 



A 



George Barlow, bom=7= 
30 June 1749 ; Comet 
2nd Life Guards 12 
September 1766, Cap- 
tain 28 July 1773. 



A\ 



Charles Barlow, 
born 17 August 
1750, died, aged 
9 weeks, in Oc- 
tober following. 



J 
Charles Robinson Barlow, =Mary Bracken 

born 13 February 1757; of Halifax, co. 

mentioned in his father's York;marr. 19 

will 18 December 1769. August 1779. 



Philadelphia, mentioned 
in her father's will 18 
December 1769; mar- 
ried 18 February 1783, 
Anthony Ravie. 



Rev. George Francis Barlow, matriculated from Oriel College,= 
Oxford, 21 April 1785, aged 16, B.A. 1789, M.A. 1791 ; 
Vicar of Edwardstone 17 October 1800, Rector of Sotterley 
7 February 1805, and of Burgh 27 August 1814, all co. Suffolk; 
died, aged 81, at Burgh, 24 March, bur. there 30 March 1850. 
Will dated 30 July 1847, proved 23 May 1850, by Francis 
Barlow Robinson and Edmund Barlow, son (P.C.C. 340, 50). 



^Y>v5/w<^^' 



=Harriet Mount, dau. of John 
Mount of Wasing Place, co. 
Berks, by Christian Hyett 
his 2nd wife; born 16 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Wasing 15 
March 1780; marr. at Lower 
Tooting, CO. Surrey, 21 May 
1798 (marriage settlements 
dated previous day) ; died 
23 September, bur. at Burgh 
28 September 1849. 



/K 



{Ju?r issue see ''Visitation of England and IVa/es," 
Vol XI., page 62.) 



Pedigree of Steedman. 



Thomas Steedman=j=Elizabeth Funge, dau. of John Funge of Thame, 



Steedman. 

[Vol. II, p. 87.] 



of Thame, co. 
Oxford, blacksmith ; 
bur. at Thame 13 
June 1734. 



and of Thames Street, London, Citizen and 
Carpenter, by Mary his wife ; bapt. at Thame i May 
1684; marr. there 17 January i7yy; executrix to 
will of her son Robert i October 1751. Will dated 
20 March 1755, proved 2 August 1763 (P.C.C.) 



Thomas Steedman of= 
Islington, co. Middlesex, 
Citizen and Carpenter of 
London ; bapt. at Chal- 
grove, CO. Oxford, 17 
August 171 2; executor 
to his mother's will 2 
August 1763; Master of 
the Carpenters' Company 
1776; bur. at St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 29 
January 1782. Will dated 
4 May 1780, proved 8 
April 1782 (P.C.C. 198 
Gostling). 



=Mary Redfern, 
dau. of Abraham 
Redfern, by Anne 
his wife ; bur. at 
St. Mary Somer- 
set, London, 23 
February 1780. 
Administration 
granted 26 May 
1780 (P.C.C.) 



John Millward= 
of Thame, gent. 
Will dated 10 
Novemberi778, 
proved 13 July 
1780 (P.C.C. 
366 Collins). 



=Mary. Ad- 
ministration 
granted 2 
August 1 7 80 
(P.CC.) 




J^t^-CL- 



i^Z^^^f^' J/'^tE^^ 



t^V^U^I^-^'Z^ 



Robert Steedman 
of "The Ben- 
jamin," East 
Indiaman. Will 
dated 17 March 
i7t^. proved 
I October 1751 
(P.C.C. 292 
Busby). 



Thomas Steedman of Barnes, co.= 
Surrey, Citizen and Carpenter of 
London ; bapt. at St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 18 March 
1753; admitted a Freeman of 
London 2 May 1775; bur. at 
St. Mary Somerset, London, 21 
July 1808. Will dated 21 Sep- 
tember 1799, proved 3 August 
1808, by his daughter, Elizabeth 
Martha Steedman (P.C.C. 690 
Ely). 



=Martha Bryant, dau. 
of William Bryant 
of St. Peter's, Paul's 
Wharf, London, by 
Mary his wife ; bur. 
at St. Mary Somer- 
set, London, 10 May 
1803. Administra- 
tion granted 2 June 
1803 (P.C.C.) 



John Steedman, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary Somerset, 
London, 27 
April 1 755; bur. 
there 9 Decem- 
ber following. 



John Funge Steed- 
man, bapt. at St. 
Mary Somerset, 
London, 23 Sep- 
tember 1757; bur. 
there 28 October 
following. 



/k 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englafid and Wales," 
Vol. XL, page 87.) 



Thursby. 

[Vol. II, p. 93-] 




Pedigree of Thttrsby of Abington 
Abbey, co. Northampton. 



kobert Harvey of Stockton,= 
CO. Warwick, Barrister-at-La\v 
(only son of Robert Harvey 
of Stockton, esquire [will 
dated 4 February lyzf], by 
Barbara his wife, dau. of 
Edward Pilkington) ; executor 
to his father's will 10 January 
172!; died 24 January i72f. 
Will dated 17 November 
1 7 18, proved 6 April 1726 
(P.C.C. 71 Plymouth). 



=Mary Thursby, only dau. 
and heir of Thomas 
Thursby of London, 
merchant; marr. 10 Feb- 
ruary -pT-^ ; executrix to 
her husband's will 6 April 
1726. Administration 

granted 30 March 1732 
(P.C.C.) She married 
2ndly Benjamin Wodnoth. 



Robert Harvey, died in 
1701. 



William Harvey, men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 1 7 November 
1 7 18; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 2 
June 1720, aged 18; 
died before 4 February 

I72f. 



John Harvey Thursby of Abington^ 
Abbey, co. Northampton, D.C.L. ; 
educated at Charterhouse; not 31, 
4 February 172! ; created D.C.L. 
of Oxford 6 July 1759; took the 
name and arms of Thursby by Act 
of Parliament 1736; M.P. for 
Wootton Bassett 6 May 1741, and 
for Stamford 16 April 1754; died, 
aged 54, I June, bur. at Abington 
8 June 1764. M.L Will dated 
23 January 1761, proved 20 May 
1765 (P.C.C. 200 Rushworth). 



=Honor Pigott, dau. of Robert 
Pigott of Chetwynd, co. Salop, 
esquire, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of William Ward of 
Wil lings worth, co. Stafford, 
esquire ; marriage settlements 
dated 12 June 1731; died, 
aged 68, at Northampton, 24 
September, bur. at Abington 
I October 1781. M.L 

Administration granted 29 
October 1781 (P.C.C.) 



John Harvey Thursby of Abington Abbey, esquire ;=j=Anne Hanbury, dau. of William 
educated at Rugby, admitted 1742 ; executor to his father's Hanbury of Kelmarsh, co. North- 
will 2:. May 1765; Verderer of Rockingham Forest; died, 
aged 64, 12 September, bur. at Abington 18 September 
1798. M.L Will dated 23 May 1778, with codicil dated 
26 April 1779. Administration granted i April 1801 
(P.C.C. 270 Abercrovibie). 



ampton ; marr. 11 June 1765; 
died 22 April, bur. at Abington 
29 April 1778. M.L 



John Armytage of Northampton, esquire (2nd son of Sir George=j=Anne, bapt. at Abington 



Armytage of Kirklees, co. York, 3rd baronet); born 15 December, 
bapt. at Hartshead, co. York, 18 December 1768; Lieutenant 
Royal Horse Guards 6 February 1788; died, aged 92, at 
Northampton, 25 March 1861. 



A 



28 December 1766; marr. 
at St. Marylebone's, Lon- 
don, 4 July 1790; died 
25 October 1840. 



Mary, not 21, 4 February lyaf ; 
married Richard Beckington. 



Susanna, married after 
4 February 172^, 
Maurice Lloyd. 



Jane, married after 4 February 
172^, . . . Trobridge. 



Walter Harvey Thursby of Shrewsbury, co.=j=Dorothy Pigott, dau. of the Rev. William 



Salop; educated at Rugby, admitted 1742, and 
at Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 27 
October 1752, aged 18; Captain-Lieutenant 
Royal Horse Guards January 1757; mentioned 
in his father's will 23 January 1761 ; adminis- 
trator to his son Walter 16 July 1783. 



Pigott, Rector of Chetwynd and Edgmond, 
CO. Salop, by Dorothy his wife, dau. of John 
Cotes of Woodcote, co. Salop, esquire ; bapt. 
at Edgmond 26 July 1748; marr. there 
8 August 1765. 



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John Harvey Thursby of Abington Abbey,=j=Emma Pigott, dau. of William Pigott of 



CO. Northampton; bapt. at Abington 27 March 
1768; educated at Rugby, admitted 1780; 
High Sheriff for co. Northampton 1803; died, 
aged 70, at Catharine Place, Bath, co. Somerset, 
17 July 1838. 



Doddershall, co. Buckingham, J. P., by Sophia 
his wife, dau. of Sir William Wolseley of 
Wolseley, co. Stafford, baronet; marr. 5 May 
1792 ; died, aged 60, at Bath, 28 April 1836. 



John Harvey= 
Thursbyof Ab- 
ington Abbey; 
born 24 June 
1793; educa- 
ted at Harrow, 
admittedi8o6; 
of the 14th 
Light Dra- 
goons, Cornet 
8 November 
18 10, Lieu- 
tenant 181 2 ; 
present at 
the battles of 
Vittoria, Sala- 
manca and 
the Pyrenees ; 
died, aged 67, 
at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, i 
June i860. 



=Emily Fortes- 
cue, daughter 
of Matthew 
Fortescue of 
Stephenstown, 
CO. Louth ; 
marr. 12 No- 
vember 1818 ; 
died, aged 73, 
at Sydney 

Lodge, Leam- 
ington, 16 De- 
cember 1870. 



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Rev. William Thursby of Ormerod House,=j=EleanorMaryHar- 



co. Lancaster; born 27 April, bapt. at 
Pitsford, CO. Northampton, 3 May 1795; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 1807, and 
at Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 27 
April 1814, B.A. 1818, M.A. 1820; Vicar 
of Hardingstone, co. Northampton, 21 
September 1822, of All Saints', North- 
ampton, 20 December 1822 to 1832, and 
of Worsthorne-next-Burnley, co. Lancaster, 
20 September 1835 to 1869, Chaplain to 
H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge ; died at 
6 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
ID October 1884, bur. at Holmes Chapel, 
CO. Lancaster. M.L at Worsthorne. Will 
dated 28 October i88i to 15 January 
1884, proved 6 December 1884 (Prin. 
Reg., 983, 84). 




greaves, dau. and 
coheir of Colonel 
John Hargreaves 
of Ormerod House, 
by Charlotte Anne 
his wife, only 
dau. of Lawrence 
Ormerod of Or- 
merod ; born 9 
February 1803 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Burnley, 9 Septem- 
ber 1824; died at 
6 Brunswick Ter- 
race, Brighton, 14 
December 1883, 
bur. at Holmes 
Chapel. Adminis- 
tration granted 14 
March 1884, to 
her husband(Prin. 
Reg.) 



{^For issue see " Visitation of England 
and I Fates," Vol. XL, page pj.) 



II 



B 



Rev. Charles Thursby, Rector of 
Abington, co. Northampton ; educated 
at Rugby, admitted 1746, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 
21 June 1754, aged 19; Scholar 1755; 
LL.B. 1761 ; Rector of Grandborough, 
Warwick, and of Abington 5 De- 



co 



cember 1768; died 12 May, bur. at 
Abington 20 May 1783. 



James Thursby, of 
Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 October 
1756, aged 18; 
died, aged 21, 
1 6 January, bur. 
at Abington 2 1 
January 1760. 



John Burton,= 
of Conway's 
Dragoons. 



=Honor, bapt. at 
Abington 25 June 
1740; marr. there 
in March 1770; 
died at Westmin- 
ster in August 
1776. 



Major William Spencer Thursby= 
of St. Giles', Northampton ; 
bapt. at Abington 16 March 
1769; educated at Rugby, 
admitted 1780, and at Lincoln 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 
November 1787, aged 18; Lieu- 
tenant 66th Foot I February 
1792, Captain 1795, Captain 
53rd Foot 1803, Major 14 
August 1806; died 21 December 



1827. 



=Charlotte Isham, dau. of Henry Thursby, Georgiana Try- 
the Rev. Euseby Isham bapt. at Abington phena, bapt. at 
of Lamport, co. North- 28 September Abington 11 
ampton, by Diana his 1771, bur. there February 1778; 
wife, dau. of Thomas 11 May 1782. died at Daw- 
Draper Baber of Sun- lish, co. Devon, 
ning Hill Park, co. 25 November 
Berks ; bapt. at Lamport 1840. 
3 April 1778 ; marr. 
there 11 June 181 1 ; 
died in Paris. 



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Charlotte Emma, bapt. at 
Pitsford, CO. Northampton, 
27 September 1796; died 
22 April, bur. at Pitsford 
24 April 1797. M.L 



George Thursby, bapt. at 
Abington 4 March 1799, 
bur. there 26 March 1800. 



Henry Walter 
Thursby, bapt. 
at Abington 
15 December 
1799, bur. there 
20 December 
following. 



Commander Frederick Spencep 
Thursby, R.N. ; bapt. at 
Abington 17 April 1801 ; 
entered the Royal Navy 7 
September 18 14, Lieutenant 
I June 1826, retired with rank 
of Commander i July 1861. 



=. . . Lerigens of 
Aix-la-Chapelle, 
Germany ; marr. 
in 1831. 



Julius Cremer=Lucie. 



Frances Thursby, bapt. at 
Abington, co. Northamp- 
ton, i6 December 1741, 
bur. there 16 February 
following. 



Benjamin Thursby, 
bapt. at Abington 
18 November 1743. 



Frances, bur. at 
Abington 16 
March 174I. 



Anne, bapt. at Abington 
20 November 1745, 
bur. there 8 December 
following. 



Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Owen of Apsley Guise, =Anne, bapt. at Abington William Richard 



CO. Bedford (2nd son of Sir William Owen, 
baronet) ; of the 3rd Foot Guards, Lieutenant 
and Captain 11 March 1760; Captain and 
Lieut.-Colonel 7 June 1773; died at Apsley in 
May 1 79 1. Will dated 24 November 1786, 
proved 9 June 1791 (P.C.C. 296 Bevor). 



2 June 1747; marr. 

8 July 1774; executrix 
to her husband's will 

9 June 1791. 



Thursby, bapt. 
at Abington 1 6 
June, bur. there 
26 August 1750. 



Emma Thursby, 
bapt. at Abing- 
ton 19 November 
1802 ; died, aged 
39, at Leaming- 
ton, CO. Warwick, 
15 May 1842. 



Charles Thursby of Leamington ;=j=Emily Pentland 



bapt. at Abington 4 March 1804; 
educated at Harrow, admitted 
181 2 ; 2nd Lieutenant 3 October 
1826, Lieutenant 1829, Captain 
29th Foot 28 June 1831, retired 
I June 1832 ; died 2 July 1888. 



of Blackball, co. 
Louth ; marr. 
in 1830. 



Mary Maria Thursby, 
died, aged 16, 30 May 
1848. 



Sophia Frances Thursby, 
bapt. at Abington 23 
November 1806. 



Walter Thursby, bapt. 
at Abington 20 March 
1808; Lieutenant 5th 
Bengal Native Infantry 
13 May 1825 ; died at 
Delhi 23 June 1829. 



John=j=Lucy, bapt. at Rev. Benjamin Winthrop of Hardenhurst Park,=f=Anne, marr. at 



Dauncey. 



Abington 13 De- co. Wilts; of Clare Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 
cember 1809 ; 1822; Rector of Wolverton, co. Warwick, 12 
marr. 13 March May 1836 to 1863, and of Abington 27 May 
1827. 1836 to 1846; died, aged 85, at St. Leonard's- 

on-Sea, co. Sussex, 22 September 1885. 



A 



Abington 16 
January 1834. 



A 



13 



Somerset. 

[Vol. II, p. I02.] 



Elizabeth Herbert,= 
Baroness Herbert, 
dau. and heir of 
William, Earl of 
Huntingdon^ by 
Mary his ist wife, 
dau. of Richard, 
I St Earl Rivers ; 
marr. 2 June 1472, 
in the presence of 
King Edward IV. ; 
aged 30 at her 
father's death 16 
July 1491 ; died in 
1514, bur. at St. 
George's Chapel, 
A\'indsor. ist wife. 



Pedigree of Somerset. 

=Sir Charles Somerset, Earl of Worcester, K. G.=f=Eleanor Sutton, 
(illegitimate son of Henry Beaufort, Duke of Somer- dau. of Edward, 
set); knighted 7 August 1485, by Henry, Earl of Lord Dudley, 
Richmond, on landing at Milford Haven ; Captain of by Cecily, dau. 
the Yeoman of the Guard i486, Cup Bearer i486, of Sir WiUiam 
Constable of Helmesley Castle 1487 ; Admiral of the Willoughby. 2nd 
Fleet 20 February 1488; K.G. 1496, Knight Banneret wife. 
17 June 1497, at the battle of Blackheath; Ambassador 

to France in 1498, 1505, 1514, 1517, 1521 and 1525, 

and to Germany 1501-1502 and 15 17, Privy Councillor 
1505; (?) created 26 November 1506, Baron Herbert 
of Ragland, Chepstow and Gower ; Lord Chamberlain of the 
Household to Henry VH. and Henry VHL 1508-26; created 
Earl of Worcester i February i5if ; held command in the 
Expedition to France 15 13, and Siege of Tournay 15 13; Chancellor 
of the Order of the Garter 1523; died 15 April 1526, bur. in 
St. George's Chapel, Windsor. M.L Will dated 21 March 152I-, 
with codicils dated 12 November 1525 and 11 April 1526, proved 
20 November 1526 (P.C.C. 13 Porch). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. LI I I., page 2jo.) 



Mary Bowlays,= 
dau. and heir 
of Sir Thomas 
Bowlays of Pen- 
how, CO. Mon- 
mouth, knight, 
ist wife. 



A 



=Sir George Somerset of Wickham-= 
brook, CO. Suffolk, knight ; 
knighted at Calais in November 
1532. Will (nuncupative) dated 
10 March i5fo-. Administration 
granted 20 April 1560, to Charles 
Somerset, son (P.C.C. 24 Mellershe). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Cambridge 
6 June 1560 (C. Vol. 125, No. 5.) 



=Ellen Hendley, dau. and coheir of Sir 
Walter Hendley of Cranbrook, co. Kent, 
by Helen Ashburnham his ist wife ; bur, 
in Hunton Church, co. Kent, 23 October 
1606. M.L She married istly Thomas 
Colepeper of Bedgebury, co. Kent, 
esquire, and 3rdly Sir Thomas Fane of 
Burston, in Hunton, knight {see Pedigree 
of Fane). 2nd wife. 



William, Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G. ; Lieutenant of Boulogne 1546, Captain-= 
General of Horse and severely wounded at Pinkie 10 September 1547, 
knighted 28th following at Berwick by the Protector Somerset, Governor of 
Guisnes 1551 ; attainted and pardoned as a supporter of Lady Jane Grey; 
taken prisoner at the surrender of Guisnes 19 January 155^; K.G. 1558; 
Governor of Berwick 1559; died 15 December 1562, bur. at Cheshunt, 
CO. Hertford. Administration granted 28 October 1562 (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. 
taken 15 April 1563 (C. Vol. ij6. No. /). /^ 



=Mary, adminis- 
tratrix to her 
husband 28 
October 1562. 



Lady Margaret=Sir Henry Somerset, Earl of Worcester ;= 

Courtenay, dau. Page of Honour to the King 15 18, Cup 

of William, Earl Bearer 1521 ; knighted by the Duke of 

of Devon, by Suffolk i November 1523; succeeded 

Katherine his his father as 2nd Earl 15 April 1526; 

wife, daughter of Sheriff of co. Glamorgan 1526; died, 

KingEdward IV. aged about 53, 26 November 1549, 

ist wife. bur. at Chepstow, co. Monmouth. M.I. 

Inq. p. m. taken at Wotton-under-Edge 

21 February 154^ (C. Vol. go, 

N'o. Tjj). 



=Elizabeth Browne, dau. of Sir 
Anthony Browne of Beechworth, 
CO. Surrey (Standard Bearer of 
Henry VII.), by Lady Lucy his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John 
(Nevill), Marquess of Montagu ; 
died in 1565, bur. at Chepstow. 
W^ill dated 20 April 1565, proved 
23 October 1565 (P.C.C. 28 
Morrison). 2nd wife. 



M 



Sir John Savage of Clifton, co. Chester, knight ; succeeded= 
his father 2 March 1524, then aged 34 and more; died at 
Ruthyn, co. Denbigh, 26 July 1528, bur. in the Savage 
Chapel, Macclesfield, co. Chester. M.I. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Chester 4 May 1529 {Chester, Vol. 6j, No. 10). 



=Elizabeth, marriage settlements 
dated 6 November 1510; died 
in 1530, bur. in Macclesfield 
Church. M.I. (?) She married 
2ndly William Brereton, be- 
headed 17 May 1536. 



A 



B 



Sir WiUiam Somerset, Earl of Worcester, K.G. ;= 
knighted 20 February 154^, at the coronation of 
Edward VI. ; succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 
of Worcester 26 November 1549, aged 22 ; served 
as Lord Carver at the coronation of Queen Mary 
I October 1553, and as Deputy Chief Butler at 
that of Queen Elizabeth 15 January 155!; K.G. 
23 April 1570; Deputy Earl Marshal 2 April 
1571, Special Envoy to France 1572-73, one of 
the Judges of Mary, Queen of Scots, 6 October 
1586; died at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 21 Feb- 
ruary 158^, bur. at Raglan, co. Monmouth, 30 
April 1589. Will dated i February 158I, 
proved 7 November 1589 (P.C.C. 89 Leicester). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Cardiff 20 November 1589 
(C. Vol. 222, No. 46). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. LI I I., page 247.) 



^Christian North, 
dau. of Edward, 
4th Lord North 
de Kirtling, by 
Alice his ist wife, 
dau. of Robert 
Squire. 



Thomas Somerset, M.P. 
for CO. Monmouth 14 
September 1553 and 8 
November 1554; com- 
mitted to the Fleet 
Prison 10 June 1562 ; 
executor to his mother's 
will 23 October 1565 ; 
died in the Tower of 
London. Will (nuncu- 
pative) made when 
lying in "one bulwarke 
belonginge to the tower 
of London" 6 April 1586, 
proved 27 May 1586 
(P.C.C. 28 Windsor). 



Sir Edward Somerset, Earl of Worcester, K.G. ;= 
succeeded his father as 4th Earl of Worcester 21 Feb- 
ruary 158!^, then aged above 36; Ambassador to 
Scotland in May 1590, on the occasion of the marriage 
of James VI. ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, created 
M.A. 27 September 1592; K.G. 23 A[)ril 1593; 
Deputy Master of the Horse December 1597, Master 
of the Horse 21 April 1601 to 1616, Privy Councillor 

29 June 1601 ; Lord-Lieutenant of Monmouth and 
Glamorgan 1602 ; Earl Marshal at the coronation of 
James I. 20 July 1603 ; Commissioner of the Treasury 
16 June 1 61 2, Keeper of the Privy Seal 2 January 
i6if ; Lord Great Chamberlain for the coronation 
of Charles I. 2 February i62f ; died, aged 79, at 
Worcester House, St. Clement Dane's, London, 
3 March, bur. at Raglan 30 March 1628. Will dated 

30 May 1627, proved 15 March 162I (P.C.C. 31 
Barrington). Funeral certificate dated 28 April 1628. 
{See ^'^ Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. LIII.^ 
page 2 jr.) 



=Lady Elizabeth 
Hastings, dau. of 
Francis, 2nd Earl 
of Huntingdon, 
by Katharine his 
wife, dau. and 
coheir of Henry, 
Lord Montacute; 
died at Worcester 
House 24 August 
1621, bur. at 
Raglan. 



Elizabeth, married 
William Windsor 
of Alderbourne, co. 
Buckingham, 7th 
son of William, 
2nd Lord Windsor. 

A 



15 



Sir Charles Somerset of Chepstow, co. Monmouth,= 
knight ; executor to his mother's will 23 October 
1565 ; knighted January 157I; Standard Bearer to 
the Pensioners ; M.P. for co. Monmouth i May 
1572; died at Chepstow 2 March 159!, bur. in 
St. James', Bristol, co. Gloucester. Will dated 18 
December 1598, proved 26 October 1599 (P.C.C. 
75 Kidd). Inq. p. m. taken at Monmouth 12 June 
1 60 1 {C. Vol. 266, No. 121). 



=Emme Braine, dau. 
and coheir of Henry 
Braine ; died before 
18 December 1598, 
bur. in St. James', 
Bristol. She married 
istly Giles Morgan 
of Newport, co. 
Monmouth. 



Francis Somerset, 
slain at Pinkie 10 
September 1547. 



Ratcliffe Gerrard, died=f=Elizabeth 

28 November 1596. 

Inq. p. m. taken at 

Preston 28 September 

1597 {Lanes. Vol. 17, 

No. 18). ist husband. 



=Sir Edward Fox of Gwernoga, co. Montgomery, knight ; 
marr. before 18 December 1598; knighted at Worksop 
22 April 1603 ; died 6 March i62|. Inq. p. m. taken 
19 August 1629 (C Vol. 448, No. 8g). He married 2ndly 
Katherine, dau. of Sir John Thynne of Longleat, co. Wilts, 
knight. 2nd husband. 



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Sir Edward=Eleanor, executrix John, Lord Latimer ; succeeded=i=Lucy, bur. at Hackney, 



Vaughan of toher mother's will 
Tretower, co. 23 October 1565. 
Brecon,knight. 



his father as 4th Lord Latimer 
in 154I; died 22 April 1577, 
bur. at Well, co. York. Adminis- 
tration granted i May 1577 
(P.C.C.) 



A\ 



CO. Middlesex. M.I. 
Will dated 16 Novem- 
ber 1582, proved 16 
March 158I (P.C.C. 
16 Rotvi). 



Thomas, Earl of Northumberland, K.G. (nephew and heir 
of Henry, 7th Earl of Northumberland, son of Sir Thomas 
Percy, attainted for high treason); created 30 April 1557, 
Baron Percy, and the next day Earl of Northumberland, 
" with the precedence of his ancestors " ; Warden of the 
Scotch Marches 1557-59, Lord-Lieutenant of Northum- 
berland and Durham; K.G. 22 April 1563; found guilty 
of high treason for rebellion with the Earl of Westmorland 
and beheaded at York 22 August 1572, aged 44. 



=Anne. Sir Edward Mansel=i=Jane. 
of Margam, co. 
Glamorgan, knight; 
died at Margam 
5 August 1585. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
at Cowbridge 12 
October 1596 (C. 
Vol. 2og, No. 3s). 
A /K 



Henry Herbert (son and heir of Sir Thomas Herbert=i=Lucy, marriage settlements dated 20 



of Wonastow, co. Monmouth, knight) ; died at 
Wonastow 19 January 159I, bur. in Monmouth 
Church. Inq. p. m. taken at Monmouth 8 April 
1598 (C. Vol. 253, No. 67). 



August 1577 ; bur. in Monmouth 
Church. Will dated 4 May 1603, proved 
31 January i6o| (P.C.C. 2 Harie). 



A 



William Somerset, Lord Herbert; mentioned in his grandfather's will i February 158^; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1591, aged 15, created M.A. 19 August 
1592 ; died before 18 December 1598. 



16 



Henry Somerset, Marquess of Worcester ; of Magdalen= 
College, Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1591, aged 14; 
summoned to Parliament as Lord Herbert 19 March i6of ; 
joint Lord-Lieutenant of Glamorgan and Monmouth 
1626-31 ; succeeded his father as 5th Earl 3 March 162^ ; 
a zealous supporter of the King 1642 to 19 August 1646 
(Raglan Castle being one of the last fortresses surrendered 
to the Parliament); created 2 March 164I, Marquess of 
Worcester ; died at Covent Garden, London (while under 
arrest), 18 December, bur. at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 
25 December 1646. Will (nuncupative) dated circa 15 
December 1646. Administration granted 30 September 
1653 (P.C.C. 296 Brent.) 



:Anne Russell, dau. and heir of 
John, Lord Russell (son and heir 
apparent of Francis, Earl of 
Bedford), by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Sir Anthony Cook ; 
marr. (in the presence of Queen 
Elizabeth) at St. Martin's, Lud- 
gate, London, 16 June 1600 ; 
died at Worcester House, St. 
Clement Dane's, LoHdon, 8 April, 
bur. at Raglan, co. Monmouth, 15 
April 1639. 



Elizabeth Dormer- 
(sister of Robert, 
ist Earl of Car- 
narvon), dau. of 
Sir William Dor- 
mer, by Alice his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
Robert Molyneux, 
baronet {see Pedi- 
gree of Molyneux, 
Vol. p, page ijg) ; 
marr. in 1628 ; 
died at Worcester 
House,St. Clement 
Dane's, London, 
31 May 1635, 
bur. at Raglan, 
ist wife. 



=Edward Somerset, Marquess of Worcester ;= 
Lord-Lieutenant of South Wales and Monmouth 
1642 ; Colonel of a Regiment of Horse 1642, 
and Lieut. -General for the King in Hereford, 
Monmouth, Brecknock, Glamorgan and Radnor 
4 April 1643 ; is said to have been created i April 
1644, Baron Beaufort of Caldecot Castle and Earl 
of Glamorgan ; Agent for Charles L in negotiations 
with the Irish Catholics July 1645 to March 164I; 
succeeded his father 18 December 1646, as 2nd 
Marquess ; imprisoned in the Tower 28 July 1652 
to October 1654; died at St. Giles'-in-the- Fields, 
London, 3 April, bur. at Raglan 19 April 1667. 
Administration granted 23 November 1667 
(P.C.C.) Funeral certificate dated 24 April 1667. 
Author of the "Century of Inventions," published 
1663. {See '^Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. LIU., page 232.) 



=Lady Margaret O'Brien, 
dau. and coheir of 
Henry, 5 th Earl of 
Thomond, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of William, 
Lord Brereton of 
Leighlin ; marr. in 
1639 ; found to be of 
unsound mind 28 No- 
vember 1778 {Chan. 
Inq. Vol. 73S, No. 
gf) ; died 26 July 1681. 
Administration granted 
31 May 1682 (P.C.C.) 
She married 2ndly 
Donogh 0' Kearney. 
2nd wife. 



Mary Somerset, died in 
infancy, bur. at Raglan. 



Henry Somerset, Duke of Beaufort, K.G. ; administrator to= 
his grandfather 30 September 1653 ; M.P. for co. Monmouth 
12 July 1654 and 4 April 1661 ; deputed 7 May 1660, to 
invite the return of Charles II.; Lord-Lieutenant of Gloucester, 
Hereford and Monmouth 1660 ; Colonel of Foot 1660, and of 
Horse 1661 ; created M.A. (Oxford) 28 September 1663 ; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Marquess 3 April 1667 ; Lord 
President of Wales, Lord-Lieutenant of North and South 
Wales and Privy Councillor 17 April 1672; K.G. 29 May 
1672, created Duke of Beaufort 2 December 1682 ; carried 
the crown of the Queen Consort at the coronation of 
James II. 23 April 1685; died, aged 69, 21 January \^l%, 
bur. in the Beaufort Chapel at St. George's Chapel, Windsor. 
M.I. Will dated 20 January \^ll, proved 27 January ^1%, 
(P.C.C. 17 Noel). {See ''Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. LI II., page 242.) 



=Mary Capell, dau. of Arthur, 
Lord Capell, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and heir of Sir 
Charles Morrison ; bapt. at 
Little Hadham, co. Hertford, 
16 December 1630; marr. 17 
August 1657; died, aged 84, 
7 January i7i|-, bur. at Bad- 
minton, CO. Gloucester. M.I. 
Will dated 6 October 17 14, 
proved 22 January 171I- (P.C.C. 
3 Fagg). She married istly 
Henry, Lord Beauchamp, son 
and heir apparent of William, 
1st Marquess of Hertford. 



17 



Sir Thomas Somerset, Viscount Somerset, K.B.;= 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 6 
July 1593, aged 14; M.P. for co. Monmouth 
October 1601 to February i6if ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 7 August 1604; K.B. at the creation 
of the Duke of York 5 January i6o| ; Privy 
Councillor and Master of the Horse to the 
Queen of James I. ; created 8 December 1626, 
Viscount Somerset of Cashel, in the Peerage of 
Ireland ; bur. in Raglan Church, co. Monmouth. 
Administration granted 7 February 165^ (P.C.C) 



=Helena Barry, dau. of 
David, Viscount Butte- 
vant, by Ellen his ist 
wife, dau. of David, 
Viscount Fermoy ; marr. 
about August 1616; died 
in 1642, bur. at Raglan. 
She married istly John 
Power,and 2ndlyThomas, 
Earl of Ormonde and 
Ossory. 



Elizabeth Somerset, 
bur. at Raglan. 



Charles Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



Francis Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



Somerset of=j=Mary Arundell, dau. 
of Thomas, ist Lord 
Arundell of War- 
dour, by Anne his 
2nd wife, dau. of 
Miles Philipson of 
Crook, CO. West- 
moreland, esquire ; 
living in 1683. 



Sir John 

Pauntley Court, co. 
Gloucester; (?) knighted 
at Whitehall 6 May 
1632 ; Commander of 
the Horse in the army 
of Lord Herbert (Earl 
of Glamorgan); in Rome 
20 December 1649; 
died at Louvain, in 
Flanders, circa 1675. 



William Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



Henry 
died, 
before 
162^. 



Somerset, 

aged 20, 

■? March 



Thomas Somerset ; of 
Gray's Inn, admitted 23 
February 163I ; living at 
Rome in 1676. 



Charles Somerset, Canon 
of Cambrai : Governor of 
Raglan Castle. 



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Henry, Duke of Norfolk; born at Arundel House, Strand, London, 12 July 162S ;=j=Anne. 
High Steward of Guildford 1663-73; F.R.S. 1666, created D.C.L. (Oxford) 5 June 
1668; created 7 March i6f^, Baron Howard of Castle Rising; Ambassador to 
Morocco 1669 ; created 19 October 1672, Earl of Norwich and Earl Marshal 
of England, succeeded his brother as 13th Duke 13 December 1677 ; died at Arundel 
House II January i68f, bur. at Arundel, co. Sussex. Will dated 29 January 168^ to 
8 January i68|, proved 15 January 168^. He married 2ndly Jane, dau. of 
Robert Bickerton. zK 



Elizabeth Somerset, died 
in infancy, bur. at Raglan. 



Henry Somerset, Lord Herbert; died in infancy, bur. 
in the Beaufort Chapel at St. George's Chapel, Windsor. 



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Sir Charles Somerset of Troy, co. Monmouth, K.B.;=^Elizabeth Powel, dau. Christopher Somer- 



mentioned in will of Sir Charles Somerset i» 
December 1598; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 April 1605, aged 17, B.A. i6o|; 
K.B. 160^; K.B. at the creation of Henry, Prince 
of Wales, 2 June 1610; died at Troy in December 
1665, bur. at Raglan, co. Monmouth. 



and heir of Sir set, died aged 5 
William Powel of (funeral certificate). 
Llanpylt, co. Mon- 
mouth, knight ; marr. 
before 3 March i62|. 



Sir Francis Anderton of Lostock, co. Lancaster, =f=Elizabeth. Will dated 22 



baronet; entered his pedigree in the Visitation of 
Lancashire in 1664, then aged 36; created a baronet 
8 October 1677; died, aged 50, at Paris 9 February 
i67f, bur. in the church of the English Benedictines 
there. M.L 



September 1706, proved 
II October 1706, by 
Francis Anderton, esquire, 
son (P.C.C 205 Eedes). 



Mary 
Somerset. 



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Sir Henry Browne of Kiddington, co. Oxford, baronet (son and heir of=i=Frances, executrix 
Sir Peter Browne, knight, who died of wounds received at Naseby); created to her husband's 
a baronet (at Brussels) i July 1659; Sheriff of co. Oxford 1687; died, will 6 February 
aged 50, in 1689, bur. at Kiddington. M.L Will dated 16 July 1688, i68|. 
proved 6 February i68|- (P.C.C. 15 Ent). ^ 



Frederick Somerset, bapt. at the Francis Somer- 
house of Lady Morrison in St. set, died young. 
Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, 
26 March 161 3. 



James Somerset, 
(?) living 24 April 
1628; died before 
8 April 1639. 



Elizabeth Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



William, Marquess of Powis ; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron= 
Powis 19 January i664; created Earl of Powis 4 April 1674; 
imprisoned in the Tower on suspicion of complicity in the Popish 
Plot 1679-84; Privy Councillor 1686; created 24 March i68y. 
Viscount Montgomery and Marquess of Powis ; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Cheshire February to December 1688; accompanied King James 
into France and was created by him Marquess of Montgomery and 
Duke of Powis ; Lord Steward and Chamberlain to the Household 
(1690), and K.G. (April 1692); died, aged about 70, at St. 
Germains-en-Laye, France, 2 June 1696, bur. there. Administration 
granted 28 March 1723 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth, marr. at St. 
Giles'-in-the-Fields, Lon- 
don, 2 August 1654; 
imprisoned in the Tower 
November 1679 to Feb- 
ruary i6|^; Governess 
to the children of 
James 11. June 1688; 
died at St. Germains-en- 
Laye in March 169^, 
bur. there. 



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Edward Somerset, died young before 
3 April 1667, bur. at Raglan, co. 
Monmouth. 



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Sir Edward Somerset,= 
K.B. ; of Magdalen Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 
i6 April 1605, aged 14; 
K.B. at the creation of 
Henry, Prince of Wales, 

2 June 16 10; died before 

3 March i62|^. 



=Bridget Whitmore, dau. 
and heir of John 
Whitmore of Leighton, 
CO. Chester, esquire, by 
Margaret More his 2nd 
wife. She married 2ndly 
the Hon*^'^ Thomas 
Savage. 



Sir Henry Guildford of=j=Elizabeth, marr. 



Hemsted Place, co. 
Kent, knight; bur. at 
Benenden, co. Kent. 
Will dated 8 February 
1644, proved 23 Oc- 
tober 1646, by his 
sons Robert and John 
Guildford (P.C.C. 148 | 
Twisse). /|\ 



at Essex House 
8 November 
1596 ; died 
before 8 Feb- 
ruary 1644, bur. 
in Benenden 
Church. 



William, Lord Petre of Writtle, co. Essex ; born at West Horndon,= 
CO. Essex, 24 June 1575; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 July 1588, B.A. 159^; of the Middle Temple 1593; M.P. for 
Essex; knighted 7 May 1603; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 

11 October 1613 ; died 5 May, bur. at Ingatestone, co. Essex, 

12 May 1637. Will dated 10 January 163!, proved 23 June 1637, 
by Robert, Lord Petre, son (P.C.C. 92 Goare). 



Catherine, marr. at Essex 
House 8 November 1596; 
died, aged 49, at West 
Horndon 30 October 1624, 
bur. at Ingatestone. M.I, 
Funeral certificate dated 
I December 1624. 



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Sir Edward=j=Anne, living William Morgan of Llanter-=f= Frances, living 



Winter of 
Lydney, co. 
Gloucester, 
knight. 



10 January nam, co. Monmouth, esquire. 
1635. Administration granted 24 

March 1638 (P.C.C.) 



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24 April 1628. 



Mary Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



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I I 
Anne Somerset, 
a nun at Antwerp. 



Mary Somerset. 



Francis, Viscount Montagu ; born 9 February=j=Elizabeth, marriage licence 

(London) dated 6 July 
23 October 1629; Assistant Cup Bearer at 
the coronation of Charles II. 23 April 1661; 
died 2 November 1682, bur. at Midhurst, co. 
Sussex. Will dated 15 May 1677, proved 29 
November 1682 (P.C.C. 136 Cottle). 



1637. Will dated 9 May 
1684, proved 8 December 
1684 (P.C.C. 164 Hare). 



Henry Somerset, died i April 1667, 
bur. at Raglan, co. Monmouth. 



Thomas, Lord Arundell of Wardour ; succeeded=i=Blanche, marriage settlements dated 1 1 May 



his father as 2nd Baron 7 November 1639 ; 
raised a regiment of horse for King Charles ; 
died, aged 50, at Oxford, of wounds received 
at the battle of Lansdown 19 May 1643, bur. 
at Tisbury, co. Wilts. M.I. Will dated 7 Jan- 
uary 164^, with codicil dated 14 May 1643, 
proved 27 November 1648, by Henry, Lord 
Arundell, son (P.C.C. 167 Essex). /^ 



1607- defended Wardour Castle against the 
Parliament 29 April to 8 May 1643; di^d, 
aged 66, at Winchester 28 October 1649, bur. 
at Tisbury. M.I. Will dated 28 September 
1649, proved 2 November 1649, by Henry, 
Lord Arundell, son (P.C.C. 160 Fairfax). 



Charles Somerset, Marquess of Worcester; bom at= 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, in December 
1660, King Charles II. being his Godfather; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 26 November 
1677, created M.A. 18 February i68|; M.P. for 
Monmouth 26 March 1677, for co. Monmouth 13 
February 167I, and again 30 April 1685 to October 
1695, and for Gloucester 15 February 168^; died 
from effects of a coach accident 13 July, bur. at 
Raglan, co. Monmouth, 16 July 1698. Administration 
granted 14 August 1699 (P.C.C.) 



=Rebecca Child, dau. of Sir Josiah Child 
of Wanstead, co. Essex, baronet, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, dau. of William Atwood 
of Hackney, co. Middlesex ; marr. at 
Wanstead 5 June 1682, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 29 May, then 
aged 16; died, aged 44, 27 July 17 12, 
bur. at Raglan. Will dated 7 July 17 n, 
proved 29 August 17 12 (P.C.C. 153 
Barnes). She married 2ndly John, Lord 
Granville of Potheridge. 



Lady Mary Sackville,= 
dau. of Charles, Earl 
of Dorset, by Lady 
Mary Compton his 
2nd wife, dau. of 
James, Earl of North- 
ampton ; born at 
Copthall, CO. Essex, 
24 April 1688, bapt. 
at Waltham Holy 
Cross, CO. Essex ; 
marr. at Knole, co. 
Kent, 7 July 1702 ; 
died 18 June 1705, 
bur. at Badminton, 
CO. Gloucester. M.L 
Administration was 
granted 20 October 
1709 (P.C.C.) ist 
wife. 



=Sir Henry Somerset, Duke= 
of Beaufort, K.G. ; born at 
Monmouth Castle 2 April 
1684; succeeded his grand- 
father as 2nd Duke 21 
January yH^ ; entertained 
Queen Anne at Badminton 
29 August 1702; created 
D.C.L. (Oxford) 26 April 
1706; Privy Councillor 1 7 1 o, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Hamp- 
shire and Gloucester 17 10, 
Captain of the Gentlemen 
Pensioners 1712; K.G. 25 
October 1712 ; died 24 May 
1 7 14, bur. at Badminton. 
M.I. Will dated 19 August 
17 12, proved 17 September 
1 7 14 (P.C.C. 171 Aston). 
{See ^^ Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. LIII., 
page 244). 



=Lady Rachel Noel,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Wriothesley 
Baptist, Earl of 
Gainsborough, by 
Catharine his wife, 
dau. of Fulke, 5th 
Lord Brooke; marr. 
at the Chapel Royal, 
St. James', 26 Feb- 
ruary i7of; died 
13 September 1709, 
bur. at Badminton. 
M.L Administra- 
tion granted 20 Oc- 
tober 1709 (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



=Lady Mary Osborne, 
dau. of Peregrine, 
Duke of Leeds, by 
Bridget his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
Sir Thomas Hyde, 
baronet; marr. 14 
September 1 7 1 1 ; 
died in Scotland 4 
February 172!. Will 
dated 3 February 
i72|-. Administra- 
tion granted 2 May 
1722 (P.C.C. 88 
Marlborough). She 
married 2ndly John, 
5th Earl of Dun- 
donald. 3rd wife. 



Thomas, Lord Windsor, K.B. ; born 29 September 1 591 ;=Catherine, died 6 November, 
succeeded his father as 6th Baron 6 April 1605; K.B. at the bur. at Tardebigge 8 No- 
creation of Henry, Prince of Wales, June 1610; Rear-Admiral 
of the Fleet, sent to Spain 1623; died 6 December, bur. at 
Tardebigge, co. Worcester, 8 December 1641. Will dated 16 
November 1641, proved 12 February 164^ (P.C.C. 12 Cambell). 



vember 1654. Will dated 
18 August 1654, proved 12 
February 165I (P.C.C. 222 
Ay kit). 



Arthur Somerset of Poston Lodge, co. Hereford ;=|=Mary Russel, dau. and heir of Sir 



born after 3 April 1667 ; Captain in the Queen's 
Regiment of Horse 26 September 1685 ; died 
21 June 1743. 



William Russel ; (?) marriage settlements 
dated 30 September 1692. 



Edward Somer- Algernon Greville (2nd son of Fulke, Lord Brook); born=j=Mary, mentioned 

set, died young. at Warwick; matriculated from Magdalen College, Oxford, in her grand- 

22 June 1694, aged 17; I\LP. for Warwick 4 December 

1699 and 24 November 1701 to April 1705; executor to 

will of Mary, Duchess of Beaufort, 22 January i7i|. 



in her grand- 
father's will 20 
January i^. 



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Elizabeth Somer- Uvedale Price of Foxley, co. Hereford (son of Robert=Anne, married 
set, died young. Price, Baron of the Exchequer); M.P. for Weobley ; in 17 19; died 
died, aged 79, at Bath, co. Somerset, in 1764. in 174 1. 



Mary Somerset, died 
in 1685, bur. at Rag- 
lan, CO. Monmouth. 



Elizabeth Somerset, 
died young. 



Charles Somerset, born at Southgate, co. 
Middlesex, in 1689; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated i June 1704, aged 15, created 
M.A. 21 October 1707; died, aged 21, at 
Rome, 4 March l^^%, bur. in Raglan Church. 
Will dated 26 February i7o|-, proved 6 June 
1 7 10 (P.C.C. 130 Smith). 



John Somerset, died 
31 December 1704, 
bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 2 January 
i7o|. Administra- 
tion granted 14 April 
1709 (P.C.C.) 



Henry Scudamore, Duke of Beaufort ;= 
born 26 March, bapt. 2 April 1707; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Duke 24 
May 1 7 14; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 29 October 1720, 
created D.C.L. 22 April 1725; High 
Steward of Hereford 1729; took the 
name of Scudamore by Act of Parlia- 
ment 1730; died at Bath 24 February 
1 74|, bur. at Badminton, co. Gloucester. 
M.L Will dated 7 June 1744, proved 
8 March 1744 (P.C.C. 71 Seymour). 



=Frances Scudamore, only dau. and 
heir of James, 2nd Viscount 
Scudamore, by Frances his wife, 
dau. and heir of Simon, 4th Lord 
Digby; bom 14 August 171 1; marr. 
28 June 1729, marriage settlements 
dated 6 June ; divorced by Act of 
Parliament 2 March 174^; bur. at 
Holme Lacy, co. Hereford, 27 Feb- 
ruary i7|§. She married 2ndly 
Charles Fitzroy, who took the name 
of Scudamore. 



John Somerset, 
born in 1708; 
died the same 
year. 



James, Duke of Ormonde, K.G. ; born at Dublin Castle 29 April 1665 ;= 
succeeded his father as Lord Butler de Moore Park 30 July 1680, his 
grandmother 21 July 1684, as Lord Dingwall, and his grandfather 21 July 
1688, as Duke of Ormonde; of Christ Church, Oxford, created M.A. 1680, 
and D.C.L. 1683, Chancellor 1688, as also of University of Dublin 1688; 
High Steward of Westminster, Governor of Charterhouse; K.G. 28 
September 1688; Lord High Constable at the coronation of William 
and Mary 11 April 1689; Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset 1691-1714; Colonel 
of 2nd Life Guards 20 April 1689, at the battle of Steinkirk 1692, wounded 
and taken prisoner as Lieut. -General at Landen 1693, Commander-in-Chief 
of the troops sent to Cadiz 12 April 1702, and on his return received the 
thanks of Parliament; Viceroy of Ireland 1703 to 1707 and 17 10 to 17 13; 
succeeded Marlborough as Commander-in-Chief in the Netherlands i January, 
and Captain-General of all British Forces 26 February 172^; received a 
pension of ;^S,ooo; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports 171 2; impeached 
21 June 1 7 15 and attainted 20 August 1715 ; made K.T. by Prince James in 
1716; died at Avignon, in France, 5 November 1745, bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 22 May 1746. He married istly Lady Anne Hyde, dau. of Laurence, 
Earl of Rochester. ^ 



=Mary, aged li 
years 3 April 
1667 ; marr. at 
Badminton, co. 
Gloucester, 3 
August 1685 ; 
died, aged 68, 
19 November, 
bur. in West- 
minster Abbey 
25 November 
1733. 2nd wife. 



Charles, Duke of Grafton, K.G. ; born at Arlington House, co.= 
Middlesex, 25 October, bapt. 30 October 1683 (King Charles H., the 
Prince of Orange, afterwards King William HL, and the Princess Anne, 
afterwards Queen Anne, being sponsors) ; succeeded his father as 2nd 
Duke 9 October 1690; served in Flanders in 1703; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Suffolk 1705, Lord High Steward at the coronation of George L 
20 October 1714, Privy Councillor 1715; Lord Justice of Ireland 
1715-16, Viceroy 1720-24; eleven times Lord Justice of the Realm 
during the King's absence; K.G. 27 March 1721; succeeded his 
mother as Earl of Arlington 7 February 172^; Lord Chamberlain of 
the Household 1724-57; created LL.D. (Cambridge) 25 April 1728, 
F.R.S. 1749; died 6 May 1757. Will dated 15 April 1756, proved 
16 May 1757 (P.C.C. 155 Herj-ing). /f\ 



=Henrietta, born 27 
August 1690; execu- 
trix to will of her 
brother Charles 6 
June 1 7 10; marr. at 
Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, 30 April 1 7 13; 
died 9 August 1726. 
Administration was 
granted 26 July 1727. 



Charles Noel Somerset, Duke of Beaufort ;= 
born 12 September 1709; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 June 1725, created 
M.A. 16 October 1727, D.C.L. 12 July 1736; 
M.P. for CO. Monmouth 17 May 1731, and for 
Monmouth 30 April 1734 until he succeeded 
his brother as 4th Duke 24 February 174*; 
died 28 October 1756, bur. at Badminton. M.I. 
Will dated 20 August 1750 to 27 May 1754, 
proved 30 December 1756 (P.C.C. 320 Glazier). 



=Elizabeth Berkeley (sister and heir of Norborne, 
Lord Botetourt), dau. of John Symes Berkeley 
of Stoke Gifford, co. Gloucester, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Walter Norborne 
of Calne, co. Wilts ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, i May 1740; died 
8 April 1799, bur. at Badminton. Will dated 
II May 1785 to 25 June 1795, proved 30 April 
1799 (P.C.C. 250 Howe). 



Charles, Earl of Northampton; born 22 July 1737; educated at=j=Anne, born 11 March 



Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 4 January 
1755 J succeeded his uncle as 7th Earl of Northampton 6 De- 
cember 1758; D.C.L. (Oxford) 3 July 1759; bore the staff with 
the dove at the coronation of George III. 22 September 1761 ; 
Ambassador to Venice August 1762 to June 1763; died at Lyons, 
in France, 18 October, bur. at Compton Winyates, co. Warwick, 
29 November 1763. Will dated 27 August 1672. Administration 
granted 6 December 1763 (P.C.C. 562 Ccesar). /{\ 



174^, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London ; 
marr. there 13 September 
1759; died at Naples, in 
Italy, 18 May 1763, bur. 
at Compton Winyates. 
M.I. at Badminton. 



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Henry Horatio O'Brien, = 
Lord O'Brien (youngest 
son and heir apparent of 
Henry, Earl of Thomond) ; 
became Lord O'Brien on 
the death of his nephew 
Donogh 5 May 1682 ; 
served as a volunteer at 
the siege of Cork 1690 ; 



niarr. in 1686 



died, 



aged 20, 10 July, bur. at 



Great Billing, co. North- 
ampton, 15 July 1690. 
Administration granted 7 
September 1693 (P.C.C.) 
ist husband. /\ 



=Henrietta, died,=Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon ; M.P, for 
aged 45, at Arundel 5 November 1695, and for Essex 15 
Audley End, CO. May 1705; Commissary-General of the Musters 
Essex, 2 August, 1697-1706, Deputy Earl Marshal 24 August 
bur. at Saffron 1706 ; created 30 December 1706, Baron Chester- 
Walden, co. Es- ford and Earl of Bindon ; Privy Councillor 1707 ; 
sex, 13 August succeeded his father as 6th Earl of Suffolk 10 
1 71 5. Adminis- December 1709 ; Commissioner of Claims at the 
tration granted coronation of George I. 4 October 17 14, Lord- 
4 July 1718 Lieutenant of Essex 1 7 14, President of the Board 
(P.C.C.) of Trade 17 15-18; marr. in April 1705; died at 

(junnersbury, co. Middlesex, 19 September, 
bur. at Saffron Walden 2 October 17 18. 
Administration granted 16 October 17 18 (P.C.C.) 
He married istly Auberie Anne Penelope, dau. 
of Henry, 7th Earl of Thomond. 2nd husband. 



Elizabeth Somerset, 
(?) born 18 March 
174! ; died 10 May 
1760, bur. at Bad- 
minton, CO. Glou- 
cester. M.L 



Rachel Somerset, 
died in infancy. 



Sir Henry Somerset, Duke of Beaufort, K.G. ;■ 
born at Brook Street, St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 16 October 1744 ; succeeded 
his father as 5th Duke 28 October 1756; of 
Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 18 October 
1760, created D.C.L. 7 July 1763; Master 
of the Horse to Queen Caroline 1768-70; 
Lord-Lieutenant of Monmouth 1771, of 
Brecknock 1787, and of Leicester 1787; K.G. 
2 June 1786; Recorder of Cambridge 1788-99; 
and of Scarborough ; Baron of Botetourt by 
the abeyance being terminated in his 
favour 4 June 1803 ; died at Badminton, co. 
Gloucester, 11 October, bur. there 20 October 
1803. Will, with four codicils, dated 21 June 
1789 to 11 September 1800, proved 2 December 
1803 (P.C.C 946 Marriott). 



=Elizabeth Boscawen 
(sister of George 
Evelyn, 3rd Viscount 
Falmouth), youngest 
dau. of Admiral the 
HonW<= Edward Bos- 
cawen, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of William 
Evelyn Glanville of 
St. Clair, co. Kent ; 
born 23 May 1747 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 2 April 1766 ; 
died at Stoke, near 
Bristol, CO. Gloucester, 
15 June 1828. 



Sir Henry Charles Somerset, Duke of Beaufort, K.G. ; born 22= 
December 1766; educated at Westminster and at Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 February 1784, created M.A. 28 June 
1786; M.P. for Monmouth i April 1788, for Bristol 19 June 
1790, and for co. Gloucester 2 June 1796 to October 1803; 
succeeded his father as 6th Duke 11 October 1803; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Monmouth and Brecknock 1803, and of Gloucester 
1810, Vice-Admiral of Gloucester ; Constable of St. Briavel's Castle 
and Warden of the Forest of Dean 181 2; K.G. 17 January 1805 y 
bore the crown of the Queen at the coronation of William iv' 
8 September 1831 ; died at Badminton 23 November, bur. there 
2 December 1S35. 



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=Lady Charlotte Sophia 
Leveson-Gower, dau. of 
Granville, ist Marquess of 
Stafford, by Susanna his 
3rd wife, dau. of Alexander, 
7th Earl of Galloway; born 
II January 1771; marr. 
at Lambeth Church, co. 
Surrey, 16 May 1791 ; died, 
aged 83,atWestbrook Hall, 
CO. Hertford, 12 August 
1854. 



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Thomas, Earl of Coventry ; succeeded=f=Anne, marr. at Badminton, co. Gloucester, 4 May 



his father as 2nd Earl 15 July 1699; 
Recorder of Coventry ; died in August 
1 7 ID, bur. at Croome d'Abitot, co. 
Worcester. Administration granted 
5 December 17 10 (P.C.C.) 



1691 ; died, aged 90, at Snitterfield, co. Warwick, 17 
February 1763, bur. at Badminton. Will with three 
codicils dated 28 May 1734 to December 1761, 
proved 10 May 1763 (P.C.C. 219 Ccesar). Author of 
" Meditations and Reflexions, Moral and Divine." 



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Sir Watkin Williams Wynn of Wynnstay, co. Denbigh, baronet ;= 
succeeded his father as 4th baronet 23 December 1749; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 9 May 1766, aged 17, created D.C.L. 
4 July 1771; M.P. for co. Salop 5 March 1772 and for co. 
Denbigh 19 October 1 774-1 789; died 24 July 1789, bur. at 
Rhuabon, co. Denbigh. Will dated 22 January 1788, proved 14 
August 1789 (P.C.C. 445 Afacham). He married 2ndly Charlotte, 
dau. of the Rt. Hon'^'^ George Granville, sister of George, Marquess 
of Buckingham. 



=Henrietta, born 26 March 
1748 ; marr. at St.George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
13 April 1769; died at 
Kensington, London, 24 
July 1769, M.L at 
Badminton, 



Hon^'e Elizabeth= 
Courtenay, 4th 
dau. of William, 
2nd Viscount 
Courtenay; born 
2 September 

1766; marr. by 
special licence 7 
June 1788; died 
at the Cape of 
Good Hope 1 1 
September 18 15, 
bur. at Cape 
Town. I St wife. 



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=General Charles Henry Somerset, P.C. ; born 1 2 
December 1767 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 4 February 1784; Cornet ist Dragoon Guards 
1785, Lieutenant 13th Dragoons 1786, Captain 77th 
Foot 1787, Captain Lieut.-Colonel Coldstream Guards 
1 79 1, Colonel 1795, Major-General 18 June 1798, 
Lieut.-General 1805, General 4 June 18 14; Colonel ist 
West India Regiment 5 January 1804, of 33rd Foot 
22 February 1830; M.P. for Scarborough 30 May 1796, 
and for Monmouth 6 July 1802 to December 1813; 
Comptroller of the Household and Privy Councillor 27 
April 1797 to May 1804; Paymaster-General 7 July 
1804, and again 4 April 1807 ; Governor of the Cape 
of Good Hope 13 November 18 13 to July 1825 ; died 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, 20 February 1831. 



■^Lady Mary Poulett, 
dau. of John, 4th 
Earl Poulett ; born 
24 February 1788 ; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 9 
August 182 1 ; died 
in Piccadilly, Lon- 
don, II June i860. 
2nd wife. 



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Henry Edward Somerset, 
born 23 December 1768; 
died 23 April 1769. 



Norborne Berkeley Somer- 
set, born 4 May 177 1 ; 
died, aged 67, at Wick, 
near Badminton, in 1838. 



. I 
Very Rev. Charles Talbot, Dean of Salisbury ;=j=Ehzabeth, born 18 



of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 June 
1787, aged 17, B.A. 1791 ; M.A. 1794; B.D. 
1801 ; Rector of Wimborne All Saints and 
St. Giles, CO. Dorset, 1794, Prebendary of 
Worcester 31 January 1800, Dean of Exeter 
31 December 1802, and of Salisbury 7 March 
1 809, Rector of Crickhowell and of Llanfihangel 
Cwmdu, CO. Brecon, 15 January 1810 until his 
death; Prebendary of Lincoln 17 July 181 2 ; 
Master of the Hospital of St. Nicholas in 
Sarum 14 May 1822 ; died 28 February 1823 ; 
bur. at St. Giles', Wimborne. 



February 1773; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
27 June 1796; 
died, aged 63, in 
Park Street, Gros- 
venor Square, 
London, 5 May 
1836. 



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Charles, Duke of Rutland, K.G. ; born 21 February,= 
bapt. 18 March 1754; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1774; M.P. for Cambridge 
University 1774-79; succeeded his grandfather as 4th 
Duke 29 May 1779; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Leicester 
6 July 1779; K.G. 3 October 1783; Lord Steward of the 
Household and Privy Councillor 17 February 1783, Lord 
Privy Seal 23 December 1783; Viceroy of Ireland 24 
February 1784; died at the Vice-Regal Lodge, Dublin, 
24 October, bur. at Bottesford, co. Leicester, 25 Novem- 
ber 1787. Will dated 15 February 1784, proved 23 
February 1788 (F.C.C. 93 Calvert). 



=Mary Isabella, born 3 August 1756 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 26 December 
1775, marriage articles dated 23 
December ; executrix to her hus- 
band's will 23 February 1788; died 
in Sackville Street, London, 2 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Belvoir, co. Rutland, 
12 September 1831. Portrait by 
Sir JosJuia Reynolds. 



Frances Elizabeth 
Somerset, born 3 
April 1774 ; died, 
aged 66, at Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. 
Kent, 27 May 
1841. 



Colonel Henry Hugh Mitchell, C.B. ; Lieutenant 26th=f=Harriet Isabella, 

Foot 23 May 1786, Captain 1795, Major 1804, Lieut.- born 9 July 

Colonel 1805, of the 51st Foot 13 June 1811, Colonel 1775 ; married 

4 June 1813; commanded 51st Foot in the Peninsula at St. George's, 

and France (medal and clasp) ; commanded a Brigade Hanover Square, 

at Waterloo; C.B. 4 June 1815; Russian Orders of London, 3 July 

St. Vladimir (3rd-class) and St. Anne (2nd-class); died, 1804; died, aged 

aged 46, in Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, 79, at Woking- 

London, 20 April 181 7, bur. in the parish church, ham, co. Berks, 

Marylebone, London. M.I. \ June 1855. 



Sir Robert Edward Henry Somerset, G.C.B. ; born 19 December 1776 ; M.P. 
for Monmouth 27 March 1799, for co. Gloucester 14 November 1803 to 
April 1831, and for Cirencester 6 August 1834 to July 1837; entered the 
Army as Cornet loth Dragoons 4 February 1793, Lieutenant 1793, Captain 
1794, Major 1799, Lieut.-Colonel 1800, Colonel 1810, Major-General 4 June 
1813, Lieut.-General 1825, General 23 November 1841 ; A.D.C. to the 
Duke of York in the expedition to the Helder in 1799, commanded the 
4th Dragoons in the Peninsula April 1809 until 18 13, including battles of 
Talavera, Salamanca and Vittoria, in command of the Hussar Brigade at 
Orthes and Toulouse (cross and clasps), and the Household Cavalry at 
Waterloo 18 June 1815 ; for his services at Orthes he received the thanks of 
I'arliament 26 June 1814, and was created K.C.B. 2 January 1815 ; he 
received the Orders of Maria Theresa of Austria, Tower and Sword of 
Portugal and St. Vladimir of Russia; Colonel 21st Dragoons 15 January 1818, 
of the 4th Dragoons 31 March 1836; G.C.B. 17 October 1834; died in 
Grafton Street, London, i September 1842. (See ''Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. LI I I., page 246.) 



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=Hon^'« Louisa 
Augusta Cour- 
tenay, daughter 
of W' illiam, 2nd 
Viscount Cour- 
tenay; born 25 
December 1 781; 
marr. at Powder- 
ham Castle, CO. 
Devon, 1 7 Oc- 
tober 1805; died 
at Over Norton, 
CO. Oxford, 9 
February 1823. 



Arthur John Henry Somerset of Troy, co. Monmouth ; born 
12 February 1780; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
4 April 1797, B.A. 1799; M.A. 1803; Lieutenant 7th 
Fusihers 13 May 1804, Captain 91st Foot 2 October 1806, 
19th Dragoons 12 September 181 1; M.P. for co. Monmouth 
8 November 1805 to April 1816; died at Lisbon, in Portugal. 
18 April 1816. 



=Hon^'« Elizabeth Boscawen, dau. 
of George Evelyn, 3rd Viscount 
Falmouth; born 17 May 1785; 
marr. 23 June 1808; died, 
aged 86, at St. Mabyn Rectory, 
CO. Cornwall, 3 March 1872. 



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Elizabeth Molyneux,= 
dau. of Lieut. - 
General Sir Thomas 
Molyneux, baronet ; 
born 26 April 1790 ; 
marr. at Monmouth 
29 June 1813 ; died 
17 August 1843. 
I St wife. 



=Rev. William George Henry Somerset,= 
Prebendary of Bristol; born 2 September 1784; 
Cornet 4th Dragoons 22 September 1802, Cap- 
tain loth Dragoons 13 June 1805; of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1818; Vicar of 
Stoke-Gifford, co. Gloucester, 3 August 18 14, 
Rector of Llangattock, co. Brecon, 10 August 
1814, Prebendary of Bristol 17 September 1822, 
sinecure Rector of Crickhowell, co. Brecon, 
25 October 1823, Rector of Tormarton, co. 
Gloucester, 27 April 1826; died at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 14 January 1851. 



=Frances Westby Brady, 
dau. of Henry Brady of 
Raheens Manor, co. Tip- 
perary ; marr. at Filton, 
CO. Gloucester, 24 Sep- 
tember 1844; died, aged 
83, at Clifton, 31 August 
1854. She married istly 
Cornelius O'Callaghan of 
Ballynahinch, co. Clare. 
2nd wife. 



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Anne Elizabeth 
Somerset, born 
30 May 1786; 
died, aged 17, 
at Badminton, 
CO. Gloucester, 
22 September 
1803. 



Colonel John Thomas Henry Somerset, born 30 August-=pLady Catherine 



1787; Cornet 4 August 1804, Lieutenant 7th Dragoons 
14 August 1805, Captain 23rd Dragoons 19 May i8o8j 
Major 18 June 1815, Lieut.-Colonel 19 July 1821, 
Colonel January 1837 ; served in Peninsular War with 
23rd Light Dragoons at the battle of Talavera, and with 
distinction at the battle of Waterloo ; died, aged 59, at 
Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, 3 October 1846, bur. 
in the nave of Bristol Cathedral. 



Annesley, dau. of 
Arthur, ist Earl 
of Mountmorris ; 
born 18 July 1790; 
marr. at Brussels 
4 December 1814; 
died at Paris 25 
June 1865. 



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Field-Marshal Sir FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, Baron Raglan,= 
G.C.B.; born at Badminton, co. Gloucester, 30 September, bapt. privately 
12 October, and received into the church at Badminton 27 October 
1788; educated at Westminster; entered the Army as Cornet 4th Light 
Dragoons 9 June 1804, Lieutenant 1805, Captain 43rd Foot 1808, 
Captain and Lieut.-Colonel ist Foot Guards 1814; A.D.C. and 
Military Secretary to the Duke of Wellington in Peninsula War and 
Belgium, present at Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and Toulouse, for which he obtained 
a cross and five clasps ; also at Rolica, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco 
(wounded 27 September 1810, medal and five clasps, created K.C.B. 
2 January 1815) and Fuentes de Oiioro ; lost an arm at Waterloo; 
Secretary of Embassy at Paris 1814-19, Minister Plenipotentiary 
January to March 1815; sent on special embassies to Madrid 1823, 
and to St. Petersburg 1826; M.P. for Truro 18 June 1818 and 14 
June 1826; Secretary to the Master-General of the Ordnance 1819-27, 
Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, the Duke of Wellington, 
29 August 1827 to September 1852; Major-General 27 May 1825, 
Lieut.-General 1838; Colonel 53rd Foot 19 November 1830, Master- 
General of the Ordnance 30 September 1852, Colonel Royal Horse 
Guards 8 May 1854; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1834, G.C.B. 17 September 1847; 
he received the orders of Maria Theresa of Austria, St. George of Russia, 
Maximilian Joseph of Bavaria, Tower and Sword of Portugal and the 
Medjidie of Turkey; sworn a Privy Councillor 16 October 1852, and 
raised to the Peerage as Baron Raglan of Raglan, co. Monmouth, 20 
October 1852; assumed command of the British Army in the Crimea 
in February 1854, which under his lead shared in the Victories of the 
Alma and Inkerman ; General 20 June 1854, Field-Marshal 5 November 
1854 ; died in the camp before Sebastopol 28 June, bur. in Badminton 
Church 26 July 1855. Will dated 7 April 1854, proved 17 January 1856 
(P.C.C. 59, 56). Portrait by Sir Francis Grant in United Service 
Chib, and another by Pickersgill in the possession of the Duke of 
Wellington. {See ^^ Dictionary of Natio7ial Biography" Vol. LIII., 



=Lady Emily Harriet 
Wellesley (niece of 
Arthur, Duke of 
Wellington, K.G.), 
2nd dau. of Wil- 
liam, 3rd Earl of 
Mornington, by 
Katherine Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
Admiral the Hon^'' 
John Forbes ; born 
13 March 1792; 
marr. by special 
licence at her 
father's house, 3 
Savile Row, St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 6 August 181 4; 
died, aged 87, at 

5 Great Stanhope 
Street, London, 

6 March, bur. 
at Badminton 10 
March 1881. Will 
dated 29 February 
1868, with codicil 
dated 1 2 October 
1876, proved 6 
April 1 88 1 (Prin. 
Reg., 336, 81). 



page 237.) 



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{For issue see ''Visitation of England and 
Wales;' Vol XL, page 102.) 



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Worsley. 

[Vol. 11, p. ii8.] 




Pedigree of Worsley of Hovinghmn, 

York. 



CO. 



Thomas Worsley of Booths in=7=Catherme Keighley, 



Eccles, CO. Lancaster, and of 
Hovingham, co. York, esquire, son 
and heir of Robert Worsley of 
Booths and Hovingham (on whom 
the manor of Hovingham was 
entailed by his father Sir Robert 
Worsley of Booths, knight, 1 5 April 
1563), by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, 
CO. Lancaster, knight ; bur. at 
Hovingham 15 February 165!. 



dau. and coheir of 
Henry Keighley of 
Keighley, co. York, 
esquire, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Carus, Jus- 
tice of the Queen's 
Bench ; died before 
9 September 1652. 



Thomas Worsley of Beeston,= 
CO. York, esquire ; buried 
at Eccles 9 May 1626. 
Administration was granted 
at York 9 February 162^. 



=Elizabeth Wood, dau. of 
Sir John Wood of Beeston, 
knight {see Vol. j, page 87), 
by Susan his wife, dau. of 
William Prettyman of Bac- 
ton, CO. Suffolk ; marriage 
licence (York) dated 1623. 



Alice Holcroft,=j=Thomas Worsley of Hovingham,=pPenelope Egerton, dau. of Peter Egerton 



dau. of John 
Holcroft of Hol- 
croft, CO. Lan- 
caster, esquire, 
ist wife. 



esquire ; died 3 November, bur. 
at Hovingham 5 November 
1664. Will dated 25 October 
1664, proved at York i February 
i66| (Vol. 46, fo. 480). 



of Shaw, CO. Lancaster, esquire ; executrix 
to her husband's will i February i66-|. 
She married 2ndly Benjamin Norcliffe of 
Ripon, CO. York, gent. 2nd wife. 



Charles Worsley, born 30 March, 
bapt. at Hovingham 13 April 1665. 



=i=Mary Arthington, dau. and coheir 


John Worsley, 


1 

Margaret, men- 


of Henry Arthington of Arthington, 


aged 14, 28 


tioned in her 


CO. York, esquire; born 26 Jan- 


August 1665. 


father's will 25 


uary, bapt. at Adel, co. York, 




October 1664. 


3 February 164!^; marriage licence 






(York) 1675; bur. at Hovingham 






20 December 171 1. 




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Thomas Worsley of= 
Hovingham, esquire; 
aged 16. 28 August 
1665; died 3 May, 
bur. at Hovingham 
18 May 1 7 15. M.L 
Will dated 4 June 
17 14, proved at York 
26May i738(Vol. 86, 
fo. 34). 



Francis Foljambe of Aldwark, co. York, esquire ;=f=Mary, bapt. at Hovingham 12 June 1684; 

at 



born 9 August 1675; died 6 December, bur. at 
Ecclesfield, co. York, 11 December 1752. 



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marr. there 29 September 1701 ; bur. 
Ecclesfield 11 January 173^. 



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John Worsley of= 
Hovingham, co. 
York ; executor 
to will of his 
sister Elizabeth 
31 May 1653 ; 
died before 25 
October 1664. 



=Elizabeth Heywood, dau. 
of Robert Heywood of 
Heywood in Bury, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; bapt. 
at Bury 10 July 1608; 
marriage licence (York) 
dated 1637. 



Edmund 
Worsley. 



Elizabeth Worsley. 
Will dated 9 
September 1652, 
proved 3 1 May 
1653 (P.C.C. 91 
Brent). 



Jane, marr. after 
9 September 
1652, William 
Lascells. 



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Mary Frankland, dau. of= 
Sir Thomas Frankland of 
Thirkleby, co. York, 2nd 
baronet, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Russell of Chippenham, 
CO. Cambridge ; bur. at 
Hovingham 4 September 
1722. I St wife. 



=Thomas Worsley of Hovingham,= 
esquire; born 16 November, 
bapt. at Hovingham 28 No- 
vember 1686; executor to his 
father's will 26 May 1738; M.P. 
for Thirsk 2 1 June 1 7 1 1 ; bur. 
at Hovingham 2 March 175^. 
Will dated 22 October 1750, 
proved 26 April 1751 (P.C.C. 
129 Busby). 



=Anne Robinson, dau. of Sir 
William Robinson of Newby, co. 
York, baronet, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of George Aislabie of Studley, 
CO. York, esquire; bapt. at St. 
Michael-le-Belfrey, York, 15 Sep- 
tember 1698; marr. at Topcliffe, 
CO. York, 19 November 1733; 
died 15 January 1768. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Worsley of Hovingham,= 
esquire. Surveyor -General to the 
Board of Works ; born 22 November 
1710 ; executor to his father's will 26 
April 1751 ; Surveyor-General to the 
Board of Works December 1760; 
M.P. for Orford 28 March 1761, 
and for Callington 22 March 1768; 
died, aged 67, 13 December, bur. at 
Hovingham 22 December 1778. 
M.I. Will dated 12 March 1768, 
with codicils dated 10 June 1774 and 
14 October 1778, proved 25 February 
1779 (P.C.C. 83 Warburton). 



=Elizabeth Lister, 
dau. of the Rev. 
J. Lister ; marr. 
at St. Benet's, 
Paul's Wharf, Lon- 
don, 5 July 1757; 
died, aged 82, 19 
November 1809, 
bur.at Hovingham. 
M.L Will dated 
15 July 1783, 
proved 2 7 Feb- 
ruary i8io(P.C.C. 
Ill Collitigwood). 



Marmaduke Con-=i=Mary, bapt. at 



stable of Wassand, 
CO. York, esquire ; 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Beverley, co.York, 
20 January 170^; 
died 16 April 
1762. 



Hovingham 4 
December 1 7 12; 
marr. there 31 
May 173s; died, 
aged 41, 24 June 
1752- 



Thomas Worsley, 
died, aged 1 6, 
before 24 June 
1774- 



Edward Worsley of Hovingham, esquire ; admitted to Westminster School 
21 January 1771, and Pensioner of Trinity College, Cambridge, 5 June 
1779; executor to his father's will 25 February 1779; died, aged 70, 
at Hovingham Hall, 21 March 1830. 



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Henry Worsley, bapt. at Hoving- 
ham, CO. York, 5 April 1688; 
bur. there 7 August 1690. 



Arthington Worsley, bapt. at 
Hovingham 15 April 1689; 
bur. there 26 May 1692. 



Robert Worsley, bapt. at 
Hovingham 3 June 1690; 
bur. there 10 August 1691. 



I I 
Charles Worsley, 

bur. at Hoving- 
ham 2 August 

1735- _ 

William Worsley, 
bur. at Hoving- 
ham 4 July 1736. 



William Bastard of Kitley, co. Devon, esquire; born=f=Anne, bapt 



I September, bapt. at Yealmpton, co. Devon, 5 September 
1727; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 18 May 
1747; he was gazetted a baronet in September 1779, 
for removing French prisoners from Plymouth to Exeter 
when an attack by the French seemed imminent; died in 
1782. Will dated 29 November 1780, proved 14 
December 1782, by his son John Pollexfen Bastard 
(P.C.C. 573 Gostling). A 



at 
Hovingham 4 
September 1737; 
marr. at St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 24 JunS 
1754; living 29 
November 1780. 



Elizabeth, bapt. Sir Thomas Robinson, Lord Grantham, K.B. (4th son of={=Frances, born in 

at Hovingham 21 Sir William Robinson of Newby, co. York, ist baronet) ; 1716; marr. at 

September 17 15; educated at Westminster and at Trinity College, Hovingham 13 

living 22 October Cambridge, B.A. 17 15; Fellow and M.A. 17 19; Secretary July 1737; bur. 

1750; (?) marr. to Embassy at Paris 1723-30; M.P. for Thirsk 17 August at Chiswick 6 

at St. Martin's, 1727, and for Christchurch 30 December 1748 to March November 1750. 

York, 9 Septem- 1761; K.B.36 June 1742; Envoy to Vienna April 1730-48; 

ber 1752, Wil- Joint Plenipotentiary for concluding Treaty of Aix-la- 

liam Stainforth Chapelle 1748; a Lord of Trade 1748-49; Privy 

of York, esquire. Councillor 1750; Secretary of State March 1754 to 

November 1755 ; a Lord Justice of the Realm April to 

September 1755; created 7 April 1761 Baron Grantham; 

Joint Postmaster-General 1765-66; died 30 September, 

bur. at Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 6 October 1770. Will 

dated 7 June 1769, proved 12 December 1770 (P.C.C. 

434 Jenner). A 



Rev. George Worsley, Rector of Stonegrave=pAnne Cayley, dau. of Sir 



and Scawton, co. York ; born 15 November 
1761 ; admitted to Westminster School 21 
January 1771 ; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted Pensioner 5 June 1779; 
B.A. 1783; M.A. 1786; Rector of Stone- 
grave 1786; died 4 February 1815. 



Thomas Cayley of Brompton, 
CO. York, 5th baronet, by 
Isabella his wife, dau. of 
John Seton ; died, aged 87, 
at The Cottage, Hovingham, 
30 August 1854. 



Frederick Worsley, 
died, aged 8, bur. 
at Hovingham 4 
June 1770. 



George Worsley, born in 1788; 
died in 1802. 



Edward Worsley, born in 1790; 
died in 1808. 



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Katharine Worsley, 
bapt. at Holy Tri- 
nity, Goodramgate, 
York, I o July 1719; 
bur. at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, York, 
15 November 1797. 



Rev. James Worsley, Rector of= 
Stonegrave, co. York ; bapt. at 
Hovingham, co. York, 28 August 
1722; of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1743; M.A. 1747; Prebendary 
of York 31 August 1750; Chaplain 
to the King ; Rector of Stonegrave 
and of Gilling, co. York, March 1750; 
died 19 August, bur. at Bath Abbey, 
CO. Somerset, 24 August 1777. 



=Dorothy Pennyman, dau. of Ralph 
Pennyman of Beverley, co. York, 
esquire, by Bridget his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Gee of Bishop Burton, 
CO. York; bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, 6 February 173I; 
marr. at St. Cuthbert's, York, 17 
December 1761 ; died, aged 71, 
at York, 14 November 181 1, bur. 
at Beverley Minster. 



Colonel James Worsley, bapt.=i=Lydia White, sister of Sir Thomas Woollaston White, ist 



at Stonegrave 14 April 1764; 
Lieutenant 44th Foot 2 Octo- 
ber 1782; died 26 November 
1807. Administration granted 
in March 1808 (P.C.C.) 



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baronet, dau. of Taylor White of Tuxford, co. Nottingham, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. and coheir of Sir Isaac Woollaston of 
Loseby, co. Leicester, baronet; marr. 5 November 1789; 
administratrix to her husband in March 1808; died 19 
April 1832. 



Henry Worsley, died, 
aged 6, bur. at Mary- 
lebone, London. 



Charles Worsley, bapt. at 
Hovingham 17 June 1766; 
died, aged 2, bur. at 
Marylebone. 



Septimus Worsley, bapt. at Hovingham 
28 September 1769; admitted to 
Westminster School 11 July 1777. 



Amelia Worsley, died, Frances Worsley, men- Elizabeth Worsley, Sophia Worsley, 

aged 68, 17 April 1820, tioned in her father's will died, aged 10, bur. died, aged 10 

bur. at Hovingham, 12 March 1768 ; living in at Marylebone. months, bur. at 

CO. York. M.L 1838. Marylebone. 



Sir William Worsley of= 
Hovingham, baronet ; born 
at Stonegrave, co. York, 
26 August, bapt. there 28 
August 1792 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1815; M.A. 1824; created 
a baronet 10 August 1838; 
died at Hovingham Hall 
5 March, bur. at Hovingham 
II March 1^79. 




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=Sarah Philadelphia Cayley, John Chalfont=f=Isabella, marr. 
dau. of Sir George Cay ley of Blackden of 8 April 1824; 
Brompton, co. York, 6th Hughenden, co. died, aged 72, 
baronet, by Sarah his wife, Buckingham. 2 7januaryi865. 

only dau. of the Rev. George 
Walker, F.R.S., of Notting- ^ 

ham ; born at York 2 1 October 
1803; marr. at Brompton 18 
January 1827 ; died at Scar- 
borough, CO. York, 23 April, 
bur. at Hovingham i May 
1885. Will dated 31 August 
1882, with codicil dated 2 
June 1883, proved 15 January 
1886 (Prin. Reg., 84, 86). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XL, page 118.) 



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Rev. Ralph Worsley, Canon of Ripon ; born in 1766; admitted to=f=Elizabeth Gildart, 2nd 



Westmins'ter School 3 Februar>' 1778, and to Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 9 June 1784, B.A. 1788; M.A. 1792; Perpetual Curate 
of St. Olave's, York, 1790, Rector of Little Ponton, co. Lincoln, 
1791-1824, and of Finchley, co. Middlesex, 24 April 1794 to 1848; 
Canon and Sub-Dean of Ripon 1801 ; died, aged 82, at Little 
Ponton Rectory 23 March 1S48. 



dau. of Thomas Gildart 
of Finchley ; marr. at 
Finchley 24 December 
1794; died there i April 
1831. 



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Vice -Admiral Richard= 
Worsley of Stainton 
Woodhouse, co. York ; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 
1790, Commander 1794, 
Post-Captain 29 No- 
vember 1797, Rear- 
Admiral of the White 
o April 1823, Vice- 
Admiral 10 January 
1837 ; died s.p., aged 70, 
at Stainton Woodhouse 
25 January 1838. 



=Elizabeth White, sister of Sir Thomas 
Woollaston ^^'hite, ist baronet, dau. 
of Taylor White of Tuxford, co. 
Nottingham, by Sarah his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir Isaac Woollaston 
of Loseby, co. Leicester, baronet ; 
born in 1770; marr. at Carlton, 
near Worksop, co. Nottingham, 14 
March 1801 ; died, aged 71, in 
Brunswick Square, London, circa 
November 1841, bur. at Tuxford. 



Rev. Nicholas=Dorothy, born 
Holme,Rector in 1775; marr. 



of Rise, CO. 
York, 1782 ; 
died circa Sep- 
tember 1833. 



10 May 1809 ; 
died s.p., aged 
82, at York, 
5 May 1858. 
2nd wife. 



Commander Marcus Worsley, R.N.,= 
of Cliff House, Terrington, co. York ; 
born at Stonegrave, co. York, 16 
March 1794; entered the Royal Navy 
as ist-class Volunteer 23 January 
1808; was present as Midshipman 
of the " Volage " at the battle off 
Lissa 13 March 181 1, and saw much 
service in the "Malacca" in the 
Eastern Archipelago 1813-14; Lieu- 
tenant 24 October 1818, Commander 
(retired) 1864; died, aged 83, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1878, bur. at Hovingham, co. 
York. M.L 



=Harriet Hamer, 
dau. of Joshua 
Hamer ; marr. at 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, i De- 
cember 1827 ; 
died at Scar- 
borough, co. York, 
19 November 
1858. She mar- 
ried I stly Andrew 
S. Barlow of 
Middlethorpe,co. 
York. 



William Joseph= 
Coltman of Glou- 
cester Place, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don ; died 17 
August 1869. 



=Philadelphia, mar- 
ried at Marylebone 
Parish Church, 
London, 6 June 
1826 ; died, aged 
89, at Ormesby 
Hall, CO. York, 21 
April 1885. 



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Colonel Sir William Cayley Worsley of Hovingham Hall, baronet= 
(2nd son of Sir William Worsley, ist baronet, see previous page); born 
at York 6 December, bapt. there 14 December 1828; educated at 
Shrewsbury and at Trinity College, Cambridge; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 14 November 1850, called to the Bar 30 April 1855; 
J.P. and D.L. for North Riding, co. York ; Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion Yorkshire Regiment ; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
5 March 1879; died s.p. at Hovingham 10 September, bur. there 14 
September 1897. Will dated 11 March 1896, with codicil dated 19 
February 1897, proved at York 23 December 1897. He married 
2ndly Susan Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Henry Wyndham Phillips. 



=Harriet Philadelphia, 
marr. at Knares- 
borough, CO. York, 4 
July 1854; died at 
Scarborough 1 1 Au- 
gust, bur. at Hoving- 
ham 16 August 1893. 
Will dated 6 May 
1878. Administration 
granted at York 16 
February 1894. 



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Rev. Thomas Worsley, D.D., Master of Downing=f=Catherine Rawson, eldest dau. of Stansfeld 



College, Cambridge ; born at Stonegrave, co 
York, 15 July 1797; admitted pensioner of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 30 November 181 5; 
Scholar 1818; B.A. 1820; Fellow of Downing 
College, M.A. 1824; D.D. 1859; Hulsean 
Advocate 1844-50; Master of Downing College 
1856; Rector of Scawton, co. York, February 
1826; died, aged 87, at Downing Lodge, Cam- 
bridge, 16 February 1885, bur. at Hovingham, 
CO. York. Will dated 19 March 1884, 
administration granted 28 May 1885 (Prin. 
Reg., 489, 85). ^ 



Rawson of Wasdale Hall, co. Cumberland, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Timothy Leach 
of Clapham, co. Surrey; born 3 April 1803; 
marr. at Huddersfield, co. York, 20 June 
1842 ; died, aged 82, at Downing Lodge, 
Cambridge, 6 March 1885, bur. at Hoving- 
ham. Will dated 18 February 1885, proved 
30 April 1885 (Prin. Reg., 396, 85). 

(See Pedigree of Rawson, ^^ Visitation of England 
and Wales" Vol. XVI., page log.) 



Anne Worsley, 
died, aged 73, 
at York 1 6 
February 1873. 



I . 
Frederick Cayley= 
Worsley of 41 
Redcliffe Square, 
London ; born in 
1803 ; died, aged 
81, 22 July 1884. 



=Juliana Wright, dau. of 
John Wright ; marr. 29 
January 1840; died at 
41 Redcliffe Square, 
London, 15 January 
i88q. 



Septimus Lancelot= 
Worsley, born in 
1804 ; of Magdalen 
College,Cambridge, 
B.A. 1833. 



A 



A 



Catherine Agnes= 
Blackden, dau. of 
Benjamin Black- 
den of Bledworth, 
CO. Buckingham ; 
marr. at Ryde, Isle 
of Wight, I Sep- 
tember 1 831; died 
in CO. Monmouth 
4 April 1841. 
ist wife. A\ 



I 
=Henry Francis=f=Caroline Cust. 
Worsley of New She married 
Zealand; born istly E. Han- 
in 1806; died kinson. 2nd 
24 July 1876. wife. 



Charles Valentine Wors-= 
ley ; born at Bath, co. 
Somerset, in 1808; of 
Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted pen- 
sioner 26 December 
1827; Barrister-at-Law 
of the Middle Temple 
8 May 1835 ; died in 
1878. 



A 



=Sophia Kemble, 
dau. of John 
Kemble ; marr. 
at St. Bride's, 
London, 4 May 
1848. She 

married istly 
. . . Kent. 



A 



Arthur Worsley, = 
born 10 May 
18 10; of the 
Madras Army, 
Ensign 2 June 
1829, Lieu- 
tenant 16 April 
1834, retired 12 
January 1838; 
living in 1876. 



=Winifred Sh erring 
Evans, only dau. 
of the Rev. 
John William 
Evans, Vicar of 
Bassingthorpe - 
cum-Westby, co. 
Lincoln ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Builth, 
CO. Brecon, 1 1 
November 1858. 



A 



Digby Ed- 
mund Wors- 
ley, born in 
18 12; died 
2 September 

1875- 



Rev. George Henry Webber, =j=Frances, marr, 



Canon of Ripon ; Scholar 
of Westminster and Student 
at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 May 1820, 
aged 19, B.A. 1824; M.A. 
1826 ; Vicar of Great 
Budworth, co. Chester, 28 
March 1826, Prebendary of 
Chichester 25 July 1825, 
Vicar of Westhampnett, co. 
Sussex, 20 December 1827, 
Prebendary of Ripon 7 Sep- 
tember 1829; died, aged 57, 
at Great Budworth 4 March 
1858. A 



at Hovingham, 
CO. York, 19 
May 1835 ; 
died 20 Jan- 
uary 1880. 



33 



Landon. 

[Vol. II, p. 121.] 



Pedigree of Landon. 



Samuel Landon of Rotterdam, and=j= Marie 



afterwards 


of Wheeler 


Street, 


Poignat. 




Spitalfields 


London, woollen-cap 






maker ; admitted to the 


French 






Church, 


Threadneedle 


Street, 






London, 9 


October 1687. 






A 



Magdalen Legay,=j=Samuel Landon of Spital-=j=Elizabeth, 
marr. at Steunev. fields, London, weaver ; married in 
bapt. at the French 17 11. 2nd 
Church, Threadneedle wife. 
Street, London, 8 July 
1688; died before 17 
January 1752. 



marr. at Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, 2 1 
November 1708; 
living in 1709. 
ist wife. 



A 



A 



Marie Landon, 
bapt. at the 
FrenchChurch, 
Threadneedle 
Street, Lon- 
don, 25 De- 
cember 1691 ; 
died in infancy. 



Susan, bapt. at 
the French 

Church,Thread- 
needle Street, 
London, 19 
March 
married 
Boutett. _ 

A 



169!'; 



John Landon of Newgate Street, London; born in 1725 ;^Anne Dalton de Heule, dau. 
executor to his father's will 22 September 1756; died 25 Sep- of Abraham de Heule ; 
tember 1796, bur. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, died, aged 68, 17 October 
Will dated 12 June and 19 August 1795, proved 30 September 1793, bur. at Christ Church, 
1796 (P.C.C. 462 Harris). Newgate Street, London. 



James Landon, born 26 June 1760;= 
Writer in the Madras Civil Service 1777; 
Deputy Customer and Assay Master 
1790; Collector in the Centre Division 
of Arcot 1792; died 22 June 1794, bur. 
at Palamcottah, Madras. ALL Will 
dated 19 December 1792, with codicil 
undated, proved in the Mayor's Court, 
Madras, 26 August 1794. Administra- 
tion granted 11 May 1797 (P.C.C. 
340 Exeter). 



=Margaret Maria Dent, 
dau. of Admiral Sir 
Digby Dent ; marr. 
at Fort St. George, 
Madras, 24 December 
1787 ; died, aged 22, 
at Madras 3 June 
1794, bur. at Palam- 
cottah. M.L 



An infant died at birth 
in June 1794, bur. at 
Palamcottah. 



John Jones of= 
Alverstoke, co. 
Hants ; living 
10 March 1835. 



=Anna, born 
17 December 
1761 ; marr. 

7 July 1783; 

living 10 

March 1835. 



A 



Frances, living 
2 July 1713; 
married . . . 
Bonaon. 

A 



Marie Landon, bapt. at the 
French Church, Thread- 
needle Street, London, 12 
December 1697; died in 
infancy. 



Jean Landon, bapt. at 
the French Church, 
Threadneedle Street, 
London, 16 July 1699; 
died in infancy. 



Pierre Landon, bapt. 
at the French Church, 
Threadneedle Street, 
London, 24 August 
1701. 



John Luke Landon of Norton=j=Jane Porcher, dau. of 
Folgate, London, weaver ; bapt. i James Porcher of Step- 
at the French Church, Thread- 
needle Street, London, 28 March 
1703; died, aged 53, 9 September 
1756, bur. at Cheshunt, co. 
Hertford. M.I. Will dated 17 
January and 28 November 1752, 
proved 22 September 1756 
(P.C.C. 253 Glazier). 



ney, co. Middlesex, by 
Magdalen his wife ; 
bapt. at the French 
Church, Threadneedle 
Street, London, 25 Au- 
gust 1 700 ; died, aged 63, 
19 August 1763, bur. at 
Cheshunt. M.L 



Hester, bapt. 
at the French 
Church,Thread- 
needle Street, 
London, 16 Ap- 
ril 1704. 



Marie, bapt. at 
the French 

Church,Thread- 
needle Street, 
London, 28 De- 
cember 1707. 



James Landon of Cheshunt ;=j=Anna Palmer, dau. (and in her issue sole heir) of Philip 



born in 1728; died, aged 84, 
19 December 18 12, bur. at 
Cheshunt. M.I. Will dated 
23 December 1809, proved 24 
December 1S12 (P.C.C. 546 
Oxford). 



Palmer of Richmond, co. Surrey, esquire, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of John Thompson of Nettleden, co. Buckingham ; 
born in 1738; marr. 26 December 1758; died, aged 81, at 
St. Bride's, London, i September 1819, bur. at Cheshunt. 
M.I. 



Joshua Collier= 
of Tottenham, 
CO. Middle- 
sex; living 10 
March 1835. 



=Jane, born 10 
November 1764; 
married in May 
i787;died24De- 
cember 1838, bur. 
at Tottenham. 



A 



Rev. Charles Richard Landon,= 
Rector of Vange, co. Essex ; born 
at Cheshunt, co. Hertford, 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 1766; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted pensioner 19 
January 1781 ; B.A. 1786; M.A. 
1789; B.D. 1790; Fellow of Sidney 
Sussex 1796; Rector of Vange 
28 February 1809; died at Mill 
Hill, Billericay, co. Essex, 1 1 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Cheshunt 1 7 February 
1834. M.I. Will dated 27 De- 
cember 1803, proved 10 April 1834 
(P.C.C. 222 Teignmouth). 




Caroline Mann Harrop, 
dau. of Josiah Harrop 
of George Yard, Lom- 
bard Street, London, 
by Mary Maria Cantrell 
his wife; born 23 July, 
bapt. at St. Edmund- 
the-King, Lombard 
Street, 4 September 
1771 ; marr. at St. 
Clement Dane's, Lon- 
don, 17 June 1802 ; 
died at Brentwood, co. 
Essex, 12 March, bur. 
at Cheshunt 18 March 
1844. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales" Vol. XL, page 121.) 



35 



John Landon,=Harriet Jamet, Philip Landon= 



born 2 June 
1767; Hvingio 
March 1835. 



dau. of J. Jamet 
of Enfield, co. 
Middlesex; mar- 
ried in July 
1806. 



of the Cape 
of Good Hope, 
proctor ; born 
7 November 
1768 ; died in 
1821. 



'Sophia Charlotte Harrop, dau. 
of Josiah Harrop of George 
Yard, Lombard Street, London, 
by Mary Maria Cantrell his wife; 
bom 9 November 1776, bapt. at 
St. Edmund-the-King, Lombard 
Street, 7 January 1777 ; marr. at 
Lambeth, co. Surrey, 6 Decem- 
ber 1797; living 10 March 1835. 



Harry Lan- 
don, died 
in infancy. 



A 



Rev. Charles Mayo, B.D., of Colesgrove= 
House, Cheshunt, co. Hertford ; born 
24 March 1767 ; educated at Merchant 
Taylors' School and at St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 28 June 
1785, B.A. 1789; M.A. 1793; B.D. 
1798; Rawlinsonian Professor of Anglo- 
Saxon 1795-1800; F.R.S. I March 1827, 
F.S.A. ; Whitehall Preacher 1799-1800; 
Morning Lecturer of St. Michael's, 
Highgate, co. Middlesex, 1803-33; died 
at Colesgrove House 10 December 1858, 
bur. at Cheshunt. M.L 



=Louisa, born 
1 8 January 
1774; marr. 
at Cheshunt 
2 June 1801 ; 
died, aged 79, 
at Colesgrove 
House, Ches- 
hunt, 21 Sep- 
tember 1852, 
bur. at Ches- 
hunt. ^LL 



Samuel Landon= 
of Sun bury, co. 
Middlesex; born 
3 April 1775; 
died 5 August 
1844. Will dated 
9 January 1837, 
proved 1 5 Au- 
gust 1844 (P.C.C. 
644, 44). 



=Elizabeth Maud, 
dau. of John 
Maud of Hilling- 
don, CO. INIiddle- 
sex ; marr. in 
1 8 1 2 ; living 9 
January 1837. 



36 



Pedigree of Ponsonby. 



De Mauley. 

[Vol. II, p. 132.] 



Henry Ponsonby of Hale,=^Dorothy Sandy of Rottington, 
CO. Cumberland. co. Cumberland. 



Dorothy Bris-= 
coe, dau. of 
John Briscoe 
of Crofton, co. 
Cumberland; 
died before 
1649. I St wife. 



=Sir John Ponsonby of Hale, co. Cumberland, and= 
of Bessborough, co. Kilkenny, knight ; Colonel 
of Horse ; Sheriff of Wicklow and Kildare in 
1654; knighted by the Lords Justices 19 Feb- 
ruary i66y; Commissioner for executing H.M. 
Declaration for Settlement of Ireland 14 March 
i66f ; M.P. (Ireland) for co. Kilkenny 12 April 
1661 ; aged 57 in 1665 ; died in May 1679, bur. 
in the church at Fiddown, co. Kilkenny. M.I. 
Will (nuncupative) dated 13 May 1679, proved at 
Dublin 17 June 1679 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



'Elizabeth FoUiott, dau. of 
Henry, Lord Folliott ; marr. 
before 24 July 1655. Will 
dated April 1706, proved at 
Dublin 20 June 1706, by 
her son Folliott, Viscount 
Powerscourt (Prerog: Court 
of Ireland). She married 
istly Richard Wingfield of 
Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, 
and 2ndly Edward Trevor. 
2nd wife. 



Henry Ponsonby of Garryna, co.= 
Kerry, esquire ; received lands 
in CO. Kerry by patent dated 
16 June 1666; died, aged 60, 
in 1681, buried in Kilflyn 
Church, CO. Kerry. Will dated 
21 July 1 68 1, proved at Dublin 
3 March i68|^ (Prerog: Court 
of Ireland). 



=Rose Weldon, dau. of Thomas 
Weldon of St. John's Bower, 
CO. Kildare, and of Raheen, 
Queen's County, esquire, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Jacob 
Newman; executrix to her 
husband's will 3 March 168^ ; 
Uving II February 168^ 
(Chancery Decree, Ireland). 



A\ 



John Ponsonby of Hale,=j=Anne Copley of 



esquire ; (?) of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 June 1652; of 
Lincoln's Inn ; living 
23 December 1689. 



Gosforth, CO. 
Cumberland. 



A 



Sir Henry Ponsonby of Bess-= 
borough, knight ; executor to 
his father's will 17 June 1679; 
knighted by the Duke of 
Ormonde 5 November 1679. 
Will (nuncupative) dated 23 
December 1689, proved at 
Dublin 22 September 1690 
(Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



=Dorothy Shaw, 
dau. of Captain 
Shaw of Drog- 
heda, co. Louth ; 
marr. i October 
1674. 



37 



William Ponsonby, Viscount Duncannon;= 
Lieut.-Colonel in Lord Ikerrin's Irish 
Dragoons 1706-10 j M.P. (Ireland) for 
CO. Kilkenny 20 September 1692 to 
1721; P.C. (Ireland) September 1715; 
created 11 September 1721, Baron 
Bessborough, and 28 February 172!, 
Viscount Duncannon, both in the 
Peerage of Ireland; died, aged 67, 17 
November, bur. in Fiddown Church, 
CO. Kilkenny, 20 November 1724. M.I. 
Will dated 11 August 1724, proved at 
Dublin II December 1724 (Prerog: 
Court of Ireland). 



=Mary Moore,dau. 
of the Hon"«= 
Randle Moore 
(son of Charles, 
2nd Viscount 
Drogheda), by 
Lady Jane Bra- 
bazonhis ist wife, 
dau. of Edward, 
Earl of ]\Ieath ; 
died, aged 51, 16 
May 1 713, bur. in 
Fiddown Church. 
M.I. 



Hon"^'' Richard=f=Elizabeth, mar- 



Boyle, son and 
heir apparent of 
Francis, ist Vis- 
count Shannon. 



riage licence 
(Cork) dated 7 
September 1668 
(? 1673). 



A 



Sarah Margetson,= 
dau. of James 
Margetson, by the 
Hon^'= Alice Caul- 
feild his wife, 
dau. of William, 
ist Viscount Char- 
lemont; died, aged 
52, 21 May 1733, 
bur. at Fiddown. 
M. I. She mar- 
ried istly Hugh 
Colville. ist wife. 



=Brabazon Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough ; M.P.= 
(Ireland) for Newtown 1704-14, and for co. Kildare 
November 17 15; Captain 27th Foot; Sheriff and 
Governor of co. Kilkenny 17 13, and of co. Kildare 
1 7 14; succeeded his father as 2nd Viscount Duncannon 
17 November 1724; P.C. (Ireland) May 1726; Com- 
missioner of Revenue (Ireland) 20 April 1739; created 
6 October 1739, Earl of Bessborough, in the Peerage 
of Ireland, and 12 June 1749, Baron Ponsonby of 
Sysonby, in the Peerage of Great Britain ; a Lord 
Justice in Ireland 11 May 1754 to May 1756; Vice- 
Admiral of Munster 18 April 1755; died, aged 80, at 
Bessborough 4 July 1758, bur. at Fiddown the next 
day. M.I. Will dated 3 November 1753, proved at 
Dublin 25 August 1758 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



=Elizabeth Sankey, 
dau. and coheir 
of John Sankey 
of Tenelick, co. 
Longford, esquire ; 
died, aged 58, 17 
July 1738, bur. 
at Fiddown. She 
married istly Sir 
John King, Baron 
Moore, and 2ndly 
John, Lord Tulla- 
more. 2nd wife. 



Mary Ponsonby, bapt. 
15 August 1706. 



Dorothy Ponsonby, born 
2 March i7o|. 



Margetson Ponsonby, born 22 
December 1709; died young. 



Major-General Henry Ponsonby of Ashgrove, co. Kilkenny ;= 
]\I.P. (Ireland) for Fethard 1715-27, and for Innistioge 
1727-45; Captain Inniskilling Regiment 25 August 1705, 
Major 1714, Lieut. -Colonel 16 September 1715 ; Colonel 
37th Foot 13 May 1735; Brigadier-General 18 February 
i74i; present at the battle of Dettingen 16 June 1743; 
Major-General 7 February 174!; killed at Fontenoy, while 
in command of the front line, 14 July 1745. Will dated 
17 July 1739, with codicil dated 20 April 1742, proved at 
Dublin 21 August 1745 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). {See 
"Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XL VI., page 84..) 



=Lady Frances Brabazon, dau. of 
Chambre, 5th Earl of Meath ; 
marr. before 11 August 1724; 
executrix to her husband's will 21 
August 1745 ; died in July 1751, 
bur. in St. Catherine's, Dublin. 
Will dated 17 May 1751, proved 
at Dublin 20 November 1751, by 
Charles Brabazon Ponsonby, son 
(Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



A 



W^iliiam Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough ; M.P. (Ireland) for=i=Lady Caroline Cavendish, 



Newtown 1725-27, and for co. Kilkenny 1727-58; (Great Britain) 
for Derby 8 March 174!- to April 1754, for Saltash 18 April 1754, 
and for Harwich 13 December 1756; Privy Councillor (Ireland) 
1 741 ; Lord of the Admiralty February 174^ to November 1756 ; 
Lord of the Treasury 2 July 1757 ; Joint Postmaster-General 2 June 
1759 CO November 1762, and 19 July 1765 to December 1766; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Earl 4 July 1758; Privy Councillor 
(Great Britain) 12 July 1765; a Trustee of the British Museum 
1770; died II March, bur. in All Saints', Derby, 22 March 1793. 
M.I. Will dated 14 September 1785, with codicil dated 23 Sep- 
tember 1786, proved at Dublin 18 July 1793 (Prerog: Court of 
Ireland). {See "Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XL VI., 
page 88). 



dau. of William, 3rd Duke 
of Devonshire, K.G., by 
Catharine his wife, dau. 
and heir of John Hoskins ; 
born 22 May 1719 (King 
George II. her Godfather) ; 
marr. 5 July 1739 ; died 
20 January 1760, bur. in 
All Saints', Derby. 



William Brabazon Aubrey, Duke of St. Albans ; born 3 June=f=Catharine, born 14 October, 



Ponsonby, born i 1740; M.P. for Thetford 28 March 1761 

August 174 1, bapt. and for Aldborough 19 March 1768; 

at St. Marylebone, succeeded his father as Baron Vere of 

London. Han worth i October 1781, and his cousin 

as 5th Duke of St. Albans 15 February 

1787; died in IMansfield Street, London, 

9 February 1802, bur. at Hanworth, co. 

Middlesex 



bapt. at St. Marylebone, 
London, 7 November 1742 ; 
marr. there 4 May 1763 ; died 
4 September, bur. at Han- 
worth 14 September 1769. 
Administration granted in 
August 1793. 



A\ 



39 



Folliot Ponsonby of Dublin; Captain Bragg's Regimentyjane Taylor dau. of Captain 



25 February 174^; A.D.C. to the Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland ; died 14 October 1746, bur. in St. Anne's, Dubhn. 
Will dated 20 June 1739, proved at Dublin 24 December 
1746 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



Taylor of Cork ; marr. 23 April 
1737 ; executrix to her husband's 
will 24 December 1746 ; died 19 
February 1787. 



Mary Ponsonby, bapt. 18 
May 1743; bur. at St. 
Anne's, Dublin, 5 May 1745. 



Brabazon Ponsonby, born 9 December 
1745 ; died 6 December 1748, bur. at 
St. Anne's, Dublin. 



Edward, Earl of Drogheda ;= 
succeeded his brother 
Henry as 5th Earl of 
Drogheda 28 May 1727 ; 
Privy Councillor (Ireland) 
May 1748; Governor of 
CO. Meath ; died, aged 57, 
28 October 1758, being 
drowned when crossing 
from England to Ireland. 
He married sndly Bridget, 
dau. of William Southwell. 



A 



=Sarah, bapt. 27 
March 1 7 1 1 ; 
marr. in 1727; 
died in Dublin 
19 January 173^, 
bur.atMonastere- 
van, CO. Kildare. 



Rt. Hon^''= John Ponsonby,= 
Speaker of the Irish House 
of Commons ; born 29 March 
1 7 13; M.P. (Ireland) for 
Newtown 1739-60 and 1783, 
and for co. Kilkenny 1761 
-83 ; Secretary to Board of 
Revenue 174^, Member 6 
August 1744 to 1771 ; Privy 
Councillor May 1748 ; 
Speaker 26 April 1756; six 
times Lord Justice 19 May 
1758 to II June 1766 ; 
died 16 August 1787. {See 
" Dictiotia7-y of National 
Biography:' Vol. XL VI., 
page 84) A 



=Lady Elizabeth 
Cavendish, marr, 
22 September 
1743. Will dated 
6 March 1795, 
proved at Dublin 
II April 1796 
(Prerog: Court of 
Ireland). 



Brabazon Ponsonby, 
born 4 August 1744, 
bapt. at St. Maryle- 
bone, London ; bur. 
there 10 February 
i74f- 



John Ponsonby, bur. 
at St. Marylebone, 
London, 15 June 
1756. 



William, Earl Fitzwilliam ; born at Milton, co. North-= 
ampton, 30 May, bapt. at Castor, co. Northampton, 
I July 1748; succeeded his father as 4th Earl 10 
August 1756; educated at Eton and at King's College, 
Cambridge ; succeeded to the Yorkshire estates of the 
Wentworth family on the death of his uncle Charles, 
Marquess of Rockingham, and by Royal Licence 
dated 7 December 1807, took the additional name of 
Wentworth; D.C.L. (Oxford) 3 July 1793; Lord 
President of the Council July to December 1794, and 
again in 1806; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1795; died 
at Milton House, London, 8 February 1833, bur. 
at Marholm, co. Northampton. He married 2ndly 
Louisa, Dowager Baroness Ponsonby, dau. of Richard, 
3rd Viscount Molesworth. 



Charlotte, born 
29 November, 
bapt. at St. Mary- 
lebone, London, 
21 December 
1747 ; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 10 July 
1770; died at 
Milton House, 
London, 13 May 
1822, bur. at 
Marholm. 



A 

{For issue see Pedigree of Fitzwilliam ^^ Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. XIV., page 28.) 



40 



Richard Moore (eldest son of=j=Elizabeth,=j=Colonel Thomas Newcomen of Dovehill, co. 



Stephen Moore of Kilworth, co 
Cork, esquire); M.P. (Ireland) 
for Clonmel 26 September 1692 to 
1699; marriage settlements dated 
4 March i69f. ist husband. 




Tipperary, esquire (son of Sir Thomas New- 
comen of Mosstown, CO. Longford, baronet) ; 
marr. before April 1706. Will dated 4 February 
173!, proved 22 June 1737, by Ponsonby 
Newcomen, son (Prerog: Court of Ireland), 
2nd husband. 



Rt. Hon*^'* Benjamin=f=Anne, born 

Burton of Burton Hall, I 16 May 

CO. Carlow; born 19 17 16; marr. 

July 1709 ; High 9 December 

Sheriff for co. Carlow 1734. 

1736; IV'I.P. (Ireland) 

for Knocktopher 26 

November 1741, and 

for CO. Carlow in May 

1 761; Commissioner of 

Customs and Excise 

21 April 1 76 1, and 

Privy Councillor of 

Ireland ; died i October 

1767. /K 



Rt. Hon^e Sir William Fownes of= 
Woodstock, CO. Kilkenny, baronet ; 
of Trinity College, Dublin, admitted 
Fellow-Commoner 26 September 1726, 
aged 17; LL.D. (Hon.) 1754; suc- 
ceeded his grandfather as 2nd baronet 

3 April 1735; M.P. (Ireland) for 
Dingle Iconsh 1749-60, for Knock- 
topher 1761, and for Wicklow 1776; 
Sheriff of co. Kilkenny 1755; Privy 
Councillor (Ireland) 1760-70; died at 
Woodstock 5 April 1778. Will dated 

4 November 1773, proved 3 December 
1778 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



^Elizabeth, bapt. 
26 September 
1719 ; marr. at 
Kill,co. Kildare, 
23 December 
1739, marriage 
licence (Prerog: 
Court of Ire- 
land) dated 19 
December; died 
at Rosanna, co. 
Wicklow, in July 
1778. 



A 



Henry Ponsonby, 
born 23 February 
1 7 si bapt. at 
St. Marylebone, 
London ; buried 
there 10 June 
17.56. 



Caroline Ponsonby, 
born 14 February 
1753, bapt. at St. 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don ; died 17 July 
1756. 



Rachel Ponsonby, 
born 14 January 
1755. bapt. at St. 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don ; bur. there 
5 June 1756. 



Sarah Ponsonby, born 2 Sep- 
tember 1756, bapt. at St. 
Marylebone, London ; died 
I March, bur. at St. Mary- 
lebone 6 March 1765. 



Frederick Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough ; born 24= 
January, bapt. at St. Marylebone, London, 21 February 
1758; matriculated from Christ Church, Oxford, 27 
October 1774; created M.A. 22 April 1777, and D.C.L. 
30 April 1779; M.P. for Knaresborough 11 September 
1780 to 1793; a Lord of the Admiralty 30 March 
1782 and 8 April 1783; Vice-Admiral of Munster ; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 11 March 1793; ^^^'^ 
at Canford, co. Dorset, 3 February 1844, bur. there. 
Administration granted 28 March 1846 (Prerog: Court 
of Ireland). Portraits by Jean Etientie Listard and 
Sir George Hayter at Bessborough. 



Lady Henrietta Frances Spencer, dau. 
of John, I St Earl Spencer, by Margaret 
Georgiana his wife, dau. of the Rt. 
Hon*^'^ Stephen Poyntz of Midgham, 
CO. Berks; born 16 June 1761 ; marr. 
27 November 1780; died at Florence, 
Italy, II November 182 1, bur. in the 
Cavendish vault at Derby. Portraits 
by Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.P. A., and 
{with her two sons) by John Hoppner, 
P. A., at Bessborough. 
A 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. XII., page loS, 
and Pedigree of De Mauley, Vol. XL, page 132.) 



41 



Nicholas Loftus, Viscount Loftus ; M.P. (Ireland) for Wexford 1715-51 ; created=i=Anne, marr. 

5 October 1751, Baron Loftus of Loftus Hall, and on 19 July 1756, Viscount 

Loftus of Ely, both in the Peerage of Ireland; Privy Councillor (Ireland) 1753; 

Governor of co. Wexford; died, aged 76, in Capel Street, Dublin, 31 December 

1763. Will dated 23 March 1758 to 26 July 1763, proved in 1767 (Prerog: 

Court of Ireland). He married 2ndly Letitia, dau. of Sir John Rowley, and 

widow of his cousin Arthur, Lord Loftus. 



William Wall of Coolenamucky, co. Waterford ;=f=Mary, marr. 
M.P. (Ireland) for Knocktopher 1715-47; died after April 
2 May 1747, bur. in Carrickbeg Abbey, co. 1706. 
Waterford. Will dated 8 February 174I, proved 
22 May 1747 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). A 



William Hore of Harperstown, co.^ 
Wexford, esquire. Master in Chancery 
(Ireland); M.P. (Ireland) for Taghmon 
1727-46 ; Advocate-General 1729, 
Commissioner of Appeals 1732; died 
in 1746, He married 2ndly Mary, 
dau. of John Grogan of Johnstown 
Castle, CO. Wexford. /\ 



^Dorothy, marr. 
after 11 August 
1724. 



James May of May- 
field, CO. Waterford, 
esquire ; M.P. (Ire- 
land) for CO. Water- 
ford; died in 1735. 




Arthur Weldon of=j=Bridget. 
Raheen, Queen's 
County ; died in 
1754- 



A 



=Letitia, marr. 
in November 
1722. 



Hervey, Viscount Mountmorres; 
M.P. (Ireland) for Irishtown ; 
created 4 May 1756, Baron 
Mountmorres of Castlemorres, 
and 29 June 1763, Viscount 
Mountmorres of Castlemorres ; 
died 6 April 1766. He married 
2ndly ^lary, dau. of William 
Wall of Coolenamucky, co. 
Waterford. /f\ 



=Letitia, marr. Richard Ponsonby of St. Martin's-in-the- 

3 November Fields, London; born 2 July 1722; 

1742; died. Secretary to Board of Revenue August 

aged 34, 9 1744; M.P. (Ireland) for Knocktopher 

February 1754. 1747-60, and for Newtown 1761-68; died 

in Spring Gardens, Westminster, 15 March 

1800, bur. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 

London. Will dated 24 August 1787, with 

codicils dated 20 September 1794 and 

4 November 1796, proved 17 April 1800 

(Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



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Pedigree of Jackson. 



William Jackson of Duddington, co. Northampton,=p 
yeoman (son of Nicholas Jackson of Duddington, 
died 1662). Will dated 12 November 1667, proved 
18 January i66| (P.C.C. 6 Hene). 



Jackson. 

[Vol. II, p. 137.] 



Thomas Jackson of Dud-= 
dington, esquire ; executor 
to his father's will 18 Jan- 
uary i66|^; received Grant 
of Arms 19 August 1689 ; 
bur. at Duddington. M.I. 
Will dated 3 February i69f, 
proved 2 February 169^ 
(P.C.C. 85 Irby). 



=Frances Thursby, 
dau. of Christo- 
pher Thursby of 
Castor, CO. North- 
ampton ; died 5 
July 1683, bur. at 
Duddington. M.I. 



Joan, married 
James Wilds of 
Duddington. 



Mary, married 
. . . Wilson. 



Christopher Jackson of= 
Stocking, CO. Lincoln ; born 
in 1668; admitted to lands 
in Manor of Duddington 9 
January 169^; died, aged 52, 
5 June 1730, bur. at Dud- 
dington. M.I. Administra- 
tion granted 6 July 1730 



(P.C.C.) 



A 



=Joan Cheseldyne, 
daughter of Ed- 
ward Cheseldyne 
of Burrough, co. 
Leicester ; admin- 
istratrix to her 
husband 6 July 
I730- 



Francis Jackson, sole heir^ 
and executor to his father 
2 February 169^; admitted 
to lands in Manor of Dud- 
dington 9 January 169!; 
bur. at Duddington 24 
January 174I. Will dated 
I r December 1744. 



=Frances Fair- 
child, died 10 
July, bur. at 
Duddington 1 5 
July 1740. 



Sarah Burnaby, dau. and= 
coheir of Thomas Burnaby of 
Mantun, co. Rutland ; bapt. at 
Manton 12 December 1699; 
married there 22 April 1720; 
bur. at Duddington 23 July 
1739. ist wife. 



=Thomas Jackson of Duddington,= 
esquire ; admitted to lands in 
the Manor of Duddington 8 
October 1745; died, aged 76, 
12 July, bur. at Duddington 15 
July 1771. Will dated 18 May 
1767, proved 26 November 1771 
(P.C.C. 445 Trevor). 



=Frances Cartwright, dau. of 
the Rev. Hugh Cartwright, 
Incumbent of Ossington, 
CO. Nottingham ; died, 
aged 48, 9 July, bur. at 
Duddington 12 July 1754. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



Sarah, bapt. at 


Thomas Jackson, 


Mary, bapt. at Manton 


Elizabeth, born 26 June, bapt. 


Manton 29 July 


bapt. at Manton 


15 March 172I ; bur. 


at Manton 10 July 1726; bur. 


1721 ; married 


22 March 172!, 


at Ketton, co. Rutland, 


at Ketton 13 November 18 14, 


. . . Bagnall of 


bur. there 29 


7 August 1789. She 


She married William Cunington 


Uppingham, co. 


March following. 


married Thomas Cole 


of Ketton. 


Rutland. 




of Ketton. 





Francis Jackson, 
bapt. at Manton 
9 April 1728; died 
in 1753, bur. at 
Duddington. 



Susanna Jackson, bapt. 
at Manton 20 July 1732 ; 
died 2 6 March 1 7 8 1 , bur. 
at Duddington. 



Frances Jackson, 
bapt. at Manton 
2 September, bur. 
there 3 October 
1736. 



William Jackson of Dudding- 
ton ; bapt. at Duddington 7 
July 1738; died 27 February 
1795, bur, at Duddington. 



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Thomas Jackson, born in 
1669; died, aged 10, 25 August 
1679 ; bur. at Duddington, co. 
Northampton. 



Jeremiah Jackson, 
not 21, 3 February 
i69f. 



John Jackson, not 
21, 3 February 



169? 



Mary, not 21, 
3 February 169I. 



William Jackson, 
born in 1698 ; 
died 8 March 



Rev. Francis Jackson, Rector 
of Buhvick, CO. Northampton; 
of Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1720, M.A. 1724. 



Mary, born in 
1702 ; married 
James Weldon. 

/k 



Elizabeth Jackson, 
born in 1706 ; died 
12 July 1781. 



Hugh Jackson of Duddington, and of Stamford, co.= 
Lincoln, esquire ; born at Duddington 1 1 October, 
bapt. there 5 November 1745 ; executor to his father's 
will 26 November 1771; died 28 April 1829, bur. at 
Duddington. 



=Jane Weldon, dau. of James Weldon, 
Citizen of London, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Francis Jackson; born 29 July 
1745; marr. in 1767; died 22 April 
1 81 6, bur. at Duddington. 



Thomas Jackson=i=Elizabeth Hippisley, dau. 



of Stamford 
born 20 May 
1768; died 28 
June 1800, being 
killed by a fall 
from his horse, 
and buried at 
Duddington. 



and coheir of Tobias 
Hippisley of Hambleton, 
CO. Rutland ; born 8 Sep- 
tember 1768, bapt. at 
Hambleton ; marr. there 
in August 1790; died 8 
April, bur. at Hambleton 
6 May 1823. She mar- 
ried 2ndly Captain John 
Gardner, R.N. 



A 



William Jackson of Stamford ;= 
born 12 May 1769; died 2 
August 1810, bur. at Wakerley, 
CO. Northampton. Will dated 
31 July 1810, proved 15 August 
1810 (P.C.C. 424 Collingwood). 



=Sarah Howkins, 
dau. of Joseph 
Howkins of 
Wakerley ; died, 
aged 35, in June 
1 8 ID, buried at 
Wakerley. 



Charles William Frederick Augustus 
Joseph Hugh Jackson, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Stamford, 9 August 1797; 
died 10 October 1819, buried at 
Wakerley. 



Francis Jackson, 
born 5 June, 
bapt. at Dud- 
dington 5 July 
1770; died 28 
March 1772, bur. 
at Duddington. 



Ann Marshall, dau.=j=Hugh Jackson of=Elizabeth Moore, 



of John Marshall of 
Waldersea House, 
Elm, in the Isle of 
Ely ; marr. at Elm 
25 April 1797; 
died, aged 63, 
19 January 1838, 
bur. at Elm. M.L 
I St wife 



Duddington, co. 
Northampton, and 
Wisbech, in the 
Isle of Ely ; born 
26 July, bapt. at 
Duddington 31 
August 1 771; died 
II February 1852. 



dau. of John 
Patrick Moore 
of Apslcy Guise, 
CO. Bedford. 2nd 
wife. 



Elizabeth Jack- 
son, born 7 No- 
vember, bapt. 
at Duddington 
26 December 
1772 ; died 18 
August, bur. at 
Duddington 21 
August 1774. 



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44 



Jeremiah Jackson= 
of Fanningstown, 
CO. Limerick ; born 
in 1707 ; died in 
1780. 



=Katherine Cox, dau. of Sampson 
Cox of Ballynoe, co. Limerick, 
esquire, by Constantia his wife, 
dau. of William, 20th Lord Kerry. 
She married istly John O'Dell 
of the Grove, co. Limerick. 



Frances, married 
Ambrose Reddall 
of Ampthill, CO. 
Bedford. 

A 



Jane, married 
. . . Treadwell 
of Uppingham, 
CO. Rutland. 



A 



Rev. Jeremiah Jackson (younger son of Jeremiah Jackson, by Katherine Cox=f=Frances, bapt. 
his wife, see above) ; educated at Oakham and at St. John's College, at Duddington, 
Cambridge, admitted pensioner 5 June 1767, aged 16 years and 10 months, co. Northamp- 
Fellow 30 March 1773; B.A. 1771; M.A. 1774; Rector of Manton, co. ton, 24 Au- 
Rutland, i November 1774; Head Master of Uppingham School June 1777 gust 1749; died 
to 1793; Vicar of Ospringe, co. Kent, 22 May 1777 to 181 4, and of in September 
Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, 11 August 1814 to 1827, Rector of 1809, bur. at 
Offord Darcy, co. Huntingdon, 19 September 1814 ; Author of several Ospringe. 
pubhshed sermons; died at Offord Darcy 31 May 1828. /[\ 



Jane Jackson, 
born 17 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. 
at Dudding- 
ton 1 7 May 
1774 ; died 
17 June fol- 
lowing, bur. at 
Duddington. 



Rev. Jeremiah Jackson, Vicar of Elm-cum-=f=Mary Ann Willan, dau. of the 



Emneth, co. Cambridge; born 29 July, bapt. 
at Duddington 26 August 1775; Fellow of 
St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A. 1797; 
ALA. 1800; Rector of Mamhead, co. Devon, 
13 June 1807, Vicar of Elm-cum-Emneth 
24 December 1824, Prebendary of Brecon 
3 February 1830; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions for the Isle of Ely ; died at Elm 
24 September, bur. there 29 September 1857. 
Memorial ^Vindow in Elm Church. Will 
dated 14 April 1855 to 20 August 1857, 
proved 20 October 1857 (P.C.C. 761, 57). 



Rev. Robert Willan, Vicar of 
Cardington, co. Bedford, by 
Ann his wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir Charles Smijth of Hill Hall, 
CO. Essex, baronet; born at 
Cardington 2 November, bapt. 
there 28 November 1779; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Stamford, 
CO. Lincoln, 9 June 1801; died 
at Elm 8 January, bur. there 
12 January 1849. Memorial 
Window in Elm Church. 



/K 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englatid and Wales,'' 
Vol. XL, page 137.) 



James Jackson, 
born I August, 
bapt. at Dud- 
dington 28 Au- 
gust 1777 ; died 
onboard H.M.S. 
"Excellent" in 
Cavvsand Bay 22 
January 1800. 



Francis Jack- 
son, born 
1 1 September 
1779; died at 
Stamford in 
May 1782, 
bur. at Dud- 
dington. 



John Goddard= 
Marshall of Elm ; 
married at St. 
Mary's, Stamford, 
27 April 1802; 
died, aged 46, 
10 June 1828, 
bur. at Elm. 
ist husband. 



=CaroUne Mary,= 
born 26 August, 
bapt. at St. 
George's, Stam- 
ford, 2 Septem- 
ber 1782 ; died 
I November, 
bur. at Elm 5 
November 1 845. 



=Rev. John Russell Chris- 
topherson. Rector of 
Grainsby, co. Lincoln ; 
of Corpus Christi Col- 
lege, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1794; Vicar of Eagle, 
CO. Lincoln, and Rector 
of Grainsby 3 November 
1800. 2nd husband. 



A 



45 



\e Chair. 

1. II, p. 165.] 



Pedigree of De Chair. 



Margaret, bur. at=T=Ed\vard De Chair of Bedford Street, Covent= 
St Paul's, Covent I Garden, London, Citizen and Haberdasher; 
Churchwarden of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 
1695-97; bur. there 19 October 1705. Will 
dated 17 September 1705, proved 24 October 
1705 (P.C.C. 198 Gee). 



Garden, London, 
19 January 167^. 
I St wife. 



Margaret De Chair, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 16 April 1672; bur. 
there 2 March 167 J. 



=Anne Mitchell, dau. of 
. , . Mitchell, by Jane 
his wife ; executrix to her 
husband's will 24 October 
1705; bur. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 2 De- 
cember 1736. Will dated 
23 May 1735, proved 6 
December 1736 (P.C.C. 
265 Derby). 2nd wife. 



Rev. Edward De Chair, Vicar of St. Pancras',= 
London; born 13 May, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 21 May 1678; of Lincoln 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 March 169!, 
B.A. 1698; M.A. 1701; Minor Canon of 
St. Paul's Cathedral 26 February i7o|. 
Librarian 1714, " Senior Cardinal" i October 
1730; Lecturer at St. Giles', Cripplegate, 
London, 1 704, Vicar of St. Pancras', London, 
6 June 1 7 16, Rector of Coulsdon, co. Surrey, 
24 June 1737; executor to wills of his father 
24 October 1705, and his mother 6 De- 
cember 1736; died at Kentish Town, co. 
Middlesex, 2 December, bur. at Coulsdon 
8 December 1749. M.L Will dated 6 
March 174!, proved 16 December 1749 
(P.C.C. 393 Lisle). 



=Dorothy, mar- 
riage settle- 
ments dated 
14 November 
1724 ; died 2 
May, buried 
at Coulsdon 
8 May 1747. 
M.L 



Henry De 
of Amersham, 
CO. Buckingham, 
gent ; bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 16 May 
1680; mentioned 
in his father's 
will 1 7 September 
1705. Will dated 
19 August 1729, 
proved 3 October 
1729 (P.C.C. 268 
Abbott). 



Chair=f=Elizabeth, died 
before 19 Au- 
gust 1729, bur. 
in the church 
of Berkham- 
sted St. Peter, 
CO. Hertford. 



A 



Rev. John De Chair, D.C.L. ; of Oriel College,= 
Oxford, matriculated 6 April 1747, aged 18, 
B.A. 1750; M.A. 1753; B.C.L. and D.C.L. 
1758; Rector of Little Rissington, co. Glou- 
cester, October 1757, Vicar of Horley and 
Hornton, co. Oxford, June 1758, Chaplain to 
George HL, Minister of the Octagon Chapel, 
Bath, CO. Somerset ; died at Bath in September 
1810. Administration granted 24 October 1810 
(P.C.C.) 



=Julia Wentworth, dau. of Sir William Went- 
worth of Bretton Hall, co. York, baronet, by 
Diana his wife, dau. of Sir William Blackett, 
baronet ; bapt. at St. Martin's, Coney Street, 
York, 3 February 173I-; marr. 14 June 1750; 
died in Baker Street, London, 19 June 1802. 
Will dated 31 March 1802, proved 15 July 
1802 (P.C.C. 534 Kenyon). 



Rev. Richard Blackett De Chair, Vicar of=^Isabella Beauvoir, dau. of the Rev. Osmund 



Sibertswold, co. Kent ; born 13 June, bapt. 
5 July 1760; educated at the King's School, 
Canterbury, and at St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 May 1783, B.C.L. 1790; Vicar 
of Hibaldstow, co. Lincoln, 23 August 1814, 
and of Sibertswold with Coldred, co. Kent, 16 
November 1814; died at Sibertswold 26 March, 
bur. there 2 April 1851. Will dated 19 May 
1842 to 25 February 1851, proved i July 1851 
(P.C.C. 546, 50- A 



Beauvoir, D.D., F.R.S., Head Master of 
the King's School, Canterbury, by Anne his 
ist wife, dau. and coheir of John Boys of 
Hoad Court, Blean, co. Kent ; born 18 
January, bapt. at Canterbury Cathedral 
14 February 1761 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 10 July 1786; 
died at Sibertswold 28 August, bur. there 
31 August 1832. 



{^For issue see ^''Visitation of England and Wales ^ 
Vol. XL, page 163.) 



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Frances De Chair, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 
London, 14 May 
1682, bur. there 
2 November fol- 
lowing. 



Rev. William De Chair, bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 22 April 1683 ; educated at St. Paul's 
School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 2 April 1702; Scholar 1703; B.A. 1705; 
Fellow of Peterhouse 8 November 1708 to 6 No- 
vember 1 7 10; M.A. 1709; Vicar of Culham, co. 
Oxford; died 14 March, bur. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 22 March 1763. Will dated 20 June 
1 761 to 20 December 1762. Administration 
granted 21 March 1763 (P.C.C. 120 Ccesar). 



Elizabeth, of Chiswick, 
CO. Middlesex ; bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 1 3 April 
1684; mentioned in 
her father's will 17 
September 1705. Ad- 
ministration granted 
4 December 172 1 
(P.C.C.) 



Susanna (twin with Jane), 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 1 7 November 
1686; mentioned in her 
father's will 17 September 
1705 j (?) bur. at St. 
Paul's, Covent Garden, 12 
December 1714. 



Benjamin Flahou,= 
bur. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 
24 February 173^. 



Jane (twin with Susanna), 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 17 November 1686; 
mentioned in her father's will 
17 September 1705; adminis- 
tratrix to her sister Elizabeth 
4 December 1721 ; bur. at 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 
29 September 1746. 



John De Chair, 
bur. at St. 
Paul's, Covent 
Garden, 12 Oc- 
tober 1687. 



A 



Rev. James Tattersall, Rector of Streatham, co. Surrey ; educated at=j=Dorothy, marr, 
Westminster and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner before6 March 
5 November 1731, aged 19; Scholar 1733; B.A. 1735; M.A. 1742; 174! ; living 
executor to will of the Rev. Edward De Chair 16 December 1749; 20 June 1761. 
Rector of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 24 October 1754 to 1755, and 
again 10 February 1758, of Streatham 1754; died, aged 72, at 
Streatham 12 September, bur. at Chipstead, co. Surrey, 19 September 
1784. He married 2ndly. As 



A son, 
died 

young. 



Julia De Chair, bapt. at St. James', Westminster, 
19 February 1763; died in 1800, bur. at East 
Barnet, co. Hertford. 



Selena De Chair, executrix to her mother's 
will 15 July 1802; died, aged 72, in Upper 
Grosvenor Street, London, 8 June 1840. 



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Pedigree of Grey of Howick and 
Falloden, co. Northumberland. 



Sir Edward Grey of Howick, and of= 
Morpeth, co. Northumberland, knight 
(4th son of Sir Ralph Grey of Chillingham, 
CO. Northumberland, by Isabel his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Sir Thomas Grey of 
Horton, co. Northumberland, knight) ; 
Constable of Morpeth Castle 1584-89; 
High Sheriff for co. Northumberland 
1597; knighted at Chillingham 9 May 
1617; died in 1631. Will dated 10 
January 162^, proved at Durham 1631. 



=Catherine Le 
Strange, dau. 
of Roger Le 
Strange of 
Hunstanton, 
CO. Norfolk. 



Philip Grey of= 
Morpeth, gent ; 
of Gray's Inn 26 
May 1598. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted at Dur- 
ham 10 February 
i6ii. 



'Margaret Weetwood 
of Weetwood ; living 
10 January i62|^. 



Edward Grey of Morpeth= 
Abbey, co. Northumberland ; 
administrator to his brother 
Philip 10 February 16 if; 
executor to his father's will 
in 1631 ; died in July 1658, 
bur. in Morpeth Church. 
Will dated 27 January i65|-, 
proved at Durham 1678. 



/K 



=Margaret Widdrington, 
dau. of Sir Henry 
Widdrington of Wid- 
drington, CO. North- 
umberland, knight. 
Administration granted 
18 October 1661, to 
Henry Grey, son. 



Edward Grey of Howick,= 
esquire ; mentioned in his 
grandfather's will 10 January 
162^; Colonel and Royalist 
Commander in Northumber- 
land, taken prisoner in July 
1648; died in 1653. 



=. . . Fenwick, 
dau. of Martin 
Fenwick of Ken- 
ton, CO. North- 
umberland. 



John Grey, 
living 10 Jan- 
uary 162!^. 



Ralph Grey, 
living 10 Jan- 
uary 162!^. 



Philip Grey, 
living 10 Jan- 
uary l62|-. 



Philip Grey of Howick, esquire ;=f=Magdalen Forster, dau. of Thomas Edward Grey of Howick; 



died, aged 28, 7 June 1666, 
bur. at Howick. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 20 May 1667. 



Forster of Adderstone, co. North- bur. at Howick 19 July 

umberland ; administratrix to her 1667. Will dated 22 

husband 20 May 1667; bur. at St. March i664, proved at 

Mary in South Bailey, Durham, 13 Durham 1670. 
May 1 68 1. 



Edward Grey, 
died 14 Sep- 
tember 1665, 
bur. in the 
chancel at 
Howick. M.I. 



Anna Maria 
Grey, died 18 
April 1665, 
bur. in the 
chancel at 
Howick. M.I, 



Elizabeth Grey, 
bur. at St. 
Mary in South 
Bailey, Durham, 
9Februaryi7o|. 



Magdalen Grey of Durham ; 
bur. at St. Mary in South 
Bailey, Durham, 12 Feb- 
ruary 17^^. Will dated 
6 April 1709, proved in 
1710. 



Philadelphia, 
bapt. at Long 
Houghton, CO. 
Northumber- 
land, 6 De- 
cember 1666. 



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Ralph Grey, died 
unmarried before 
lo January i62|^. 



John Grey, (?) died 
unmarried before 
lo January i62-g^. 



Thomas Grey of Angerton, co. North-=f= . 



umberland ; mentioned in his father's 
will lo January i62|-; died before 27 
January 165^ 



marr. before 
10 January 
162I. 



A 



John Grey of Acton, afterwards= 
of Howick, both co. Northum- 
berland ; mentioned in will of 
his brother Edward 22 March 
i66y. Inventory after death 
taken 4 May 1681. Will dated 
II December 1676, proved at 
Durham 4 May 1681. 



=Doro thy Lisle, dau. 
and coheir of 
Edward Lisle of 
Acton ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 4 May 1681. 



I 
Martin Grey=^Elizabeth Forster, dau. 



of Overgrass, 
in Felton, co. 
Northumber- 
land; living 22 
March i66|. 



A 



and heir of Matthew 
Forster of Greenses, in 
Felton, and of Bamburgh 
Friars, co. Northumber- 
land ; marr. at Felton 
3 February i6y^. 



Samuel Bell=^Susanna, bapt. at 



of Wooden, 
CO. North- 
umberland ; 
living 5 Feb- 
ruary 170^. 



Felton 26 May 1664; 
marr. in 1683 ; living 
22 October 17 17. 



Edward Grey, 
bapt. at Felton 
25 July 1665; 
died young. 



Charles Brand- =^Margaret, bapt. at Long 



ling of Felling, 
CO. Durham 



A\ 



Houghton, CO. North- 
umberland, 30 January 
i66|^; marr. at Howick, 
CO. Northumberland, 9 
July 1696. 



A 



John Grey of Howick ; bapt. at Long Houghton=f=Margaret Pearson, marr. 



I February 167^; mentioned in his father's will 

II December 1676; bur. at Howick 25 June 
17 10. Will dated 5 February 1707^, proved 
at Durham 17 10. 



in 1689; died, aged 28, 
bur. in the chancel at 
Howick 19 January 169!^. 
M.L 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Long Houghton 
29 July 1671. 



Sir Henry Grey of Howick, baronet ; bapt. at Howick-pHannah Wood, dau. of Thomas 



4 December 1691; of the Middle Temple, admitted 3 October 
1711; Sheriff of CO. Northumberland 1735 and 1736; created 
a baronet 11 January i74f; M.P. for Berwick 11 March 
172I; died 22 April, bur. at Howick 6 May 1750. Will 
dated 14 December 1749, proved 23 February 1768 
(P.C.C. 63 Seeker). 



Wood of Falloden, in Embleton, 
CO. Northumberland; marr. 19 
April 1720; died 21 July, bur. 
at Howick 29 July 1764. Will 
dated 10 April 1762. 



Jane Grey, Sir Henry Grey of Howick, baronet ; bapt. at Howick 
baptised at 15 November 1722; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
Howick 21 22 April 1750; M.P. for Northumberland 18 April 1754 to 
August 1721; March 1768; died, aged 85, in Great Ormond Street, 
bur. there 10 London, 30 March, bur. at Howick 20 April 1808. Will 
January 172I. dated 12 October 1770, with codicils dated 5 January 1784 

and 2 January 1798. Administration granted 6 May 1808 

(P.C.C: 379 £:/y). 



Hannah Grey, 
bapt. at Howick 
18 August 1724. 



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Randall Fenwick of Denham,=^Catherine, mentioned 



CO. Northumberland ; living 
lo January 162^; died 
before 20 August 1642. 



in her father's will 10 
January 162!^; living 
20 August 1642. 



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Elizabeth Grey, mentioned in wills of 
her father 10 January 162^, and of 
Catherine Horseley of Horseley 20 
August 1642. Will dated 11 October 
1656, proved in 1658. 



Robert Ogle of=f=Dorothy, marr. George Tawrey, bur.=j=Mary, bapt. at Long Houghton, 
Eglingham, co. at Eglingham at Kirk Oswald, co. co. Northumberland, 10 March 
Northumberland. 2 August 1687. Cumberland, in 1 717. 167^; living 22 October 1717. 



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Thomas Grey of Howick, 
CO. Northumberland, gent ; 
of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 May 1709, 
aged 14, admitted to the 
Middle Temple in 1711. 
Will dated 2 2 October 1 7 1 7, 
proved at Durham 17 17. 



John Grey of Morwick,= 
in Warkworth, co. 
Northumberland ; died 
at Morwick 15 Novem- 
ber 1783. Will dated 
26 July 1777. 



=Anne Grey, dau. and coheir of Edward 
Grey of Alnwick, co. Northumberland 
(2nd son of Martin Grey of Overgrass, 
see previoiis page), by Jane his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Alexander Davidson, 
Vicar of Ford, co. Northumberland ; 
bapt. at Alnwick 26 August 1705. 



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E 



John Grey,= Charlotte Wekett, Rt. Hon'^'« (Sir) Grey Cooper (baronet) = 
baptised at marr. at St. (son of William Cooper of Newcastle-upon- 
Howick7Sep- Andrew's, Hoi- Tyne, co. Northumberland, M.D., by 
tember 1725; born, London, 28 Mary his wife, dau. and coheir of Edward 
died at Three February 1775. Grey and grand-daughter of Martin Grey 
Tuns Court, of Overgrass, see previous page) ; M.P. 

Southwark, for Rochester 23 December 1765, for 

CO. Surrey, 7 Grampound 19 March 1768, for Saltash 

May 1790. II December 1774 to March 1784, 

and Richmond 7 February 1786; Joint 
Secretary of the Treasury 1765-82; a Lord 
of the Treasury April to December 1783 ; 
Privy Councillor 29 April 1796; in August 
1775 he assumed the baronetcy "Cooper 
of Gogar," supposed to have been created 
in 1638, and dormant since 1640; died, 
aged 75, at Worlington, co. Suffolk, 30 
July 1801, bur. in the church there. M.L 
He married 2ndly Elizabeth Kennedy of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. {See "Dictionary 
of Natio7ial Biography^' Vol. XII., 
page 144.) 



=Margaret, bapt. 
at Howick 8 
December 1726; 
marr. at Tyne- 
mouth, CO. North- 
umberland, 2 
October 1753; 
died in 1755. 



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Thomas Grey, 
bapt. at Howick, 
CO. Northumber- 
land, 25 June 
1728; Captain 
I St Life Guards ; 
killed in a duel 
in Marylebone 
Fields with Lord 
Lempster 24 Feb- 
ruary 1752, bur. 
in South Audley 
Chapel, London. 



Sir Charles Grey, Earl Grey, K.B. ; born and bapt. at= 
Howick 23 October 1729; entered the Army in 1746; 
Lieutenant 6th Foot 23 December 1752; Captain 20th 
Foot 1755; wounded at the battle of Minden i August 
1759, and again at Campen 14 October 1760; Lieut.- 
Colonel in command of the 98th Foot 1761; Colonel and 
A.D.C. to the King 1772; Major-General 29 August 
1777; Lieut-General 1782; General 3 May 1796; served 
in America 1776-82 ; K.B. 8 January 1783 ; Colonel 3rd 
Dragoons 4 September 1799; Commander-in-Chief in 
the West Indies 1793, at the capture of Martinique in 
March 1794, and Guadaloupe the following month; 
Governor of Guernsey and Privy Councillor 4 October 
1797; created 23 June 1801, Baron Grey of Howick, 
and II April 1806, Viscount Howick and Earl Grey; 
died at Howick 14 November, bur. there 26 November 
1807. Will dated 24 February 1803, proved 15 January 
1808 (P.C.C. 23 Ely). {See ''Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XXIII., page 172.) Portraits at 
Falloden. 



'Elizabeth Grey, 
dau. of George 
Grey of South- 
wick, co. Durham, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
Nathaniel Ogle, 
M.D. ; marr. at 
SouthwickS June 
1762; died, aged 
77, in Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, 
London, 26 May, 
bur. at Howick 3 
June 1822. Por- 
trait at Falloden. 



Henry Grey, Sir Charles Grey, Earl Grey, K.G. ; born at= 
died in in- Falloden, in Embleton, co. Northumberland, 13 
fancy, bur. at May 1764; educated at Eton and at King's College, 
Howick 25 Cambridge; M.P. for Northumberland 6 July 
June 1764. 1786 to November 1807; First Lord of the 

Admiralty 10 February to September 1806; 

Foreign Secretary 24 September 1806 to March 
1807; Privy Councillor 5 February 1806; succeeded his father 
as 2nd Earl 14 November 1807, and his uncle as 3rd baronet 
30 March 1808; Prime Minister (as First Lord of the Treasury) 24 
November 1830 to July 1834; K.G. 27 May 1831 ; Bearer of the 
Sword of State at the Coronation of William IV. 8 September 
1831; died at Howick House 17 July 1845, bur. at Howick. M.I. 
Will dated 14 January 1842, proved 12 December 1845 (P.C.C. 
906, 45). {See '•'■Dictionary of National Biography,'' Vol. XXIIL, 
page 17J.) Portraits by Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A., in the 
National Portrait Gallery and at Hoivick ; Statues by Thomas 
Campbell at Neivcastle-upon-Tyne and at Howick. /f\ 



=Honti'= Mary Elizabeth 
Ponsonby, dau. of William 
Brabazon, ist Baron Pon- 
sonby, by the Hon^'^ Louisa 
his wife, dau. of Richard, 
3rd Viscount Molesworth ; 
born 4 March 1776 ; marr. 
in Hertford Street, Mayfair, 
London, 18 November 
1794; died in Eaton 
Square, London, 26 No- 
vember 1 86 1, bur. at 
Howick. M.I. Will dated 
II June 1855, proved 
31 December 1861 (Prin. 
Reg., 692, 61). 



Samuel Whitbread of Southill, co. Bedford (son of Samuel Whitbread,^ 
by Harriet his ist wife, dau. of William Hayton) ; born at Cardington, 
CO. Bedford, in 1758; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated July 1780, and St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1784; M.P. for Bedford 28 June 1790 until his death; moved the 
impeachment of Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville, 1805 ; introduced 
a poor-law bill in 1807 ; adopted a peace policy which led to a division 
in his party; died by his own hand 6 July 1815, bur. at Cardington. 
{See ''Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. LXI, page 24). 



^Elizabeth, born at 
Falloden 7 April, 
bapt. at Embleton 9 
April 1765 ; marr. at 
Falloden 26 January 
1788; died at Grove 
House, Kensington 
Gore, London, 28 
November 1846. 



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Ralph Grey of Preston, co. 
Northumberland ; bapt. at 
Howick, CO. Northumberland, 
8 January 173^; died in 
Hanover Street, Hanover 
Square, London, 29 August 
1787, bur. in South Audley 
Chapel, London. 



Sir James Pennyman of Ormesby, co. York,=f=Elizabeth, bapt 

baronet ; bapt. at Beverley, co. York, 6 

December 1736; of Christ Church, Oxford, 

matriculated 20 May 1756; succeeded his 

uncle as 6th baronet 14 January ,1770 ; M.P. 

for Scarborough 11 July 1770, and for 

Beverley 7 October 1774 to May 1796; died 

27 March 1808. Will dated i June 1801, 

proved 14 June 1808 (P.C.C. 507 Ely). I 

He married 2ndly Mary Maleham. A 



at Howick i June 
1740; marr. at 
Whitburn, co. 
Durham, 7 De- 
cember 1762; 
living 2 January 
1798. 



General Sir Henry George Grey, G.C.B., G.C.H.; born 25 October, = 
bapt. at Embleton, co. Northumberland, 29 October 1766; 
entered the Army as Ensign 26th Foot 17 October 1779; 
Lieutenant 30th Foot 1781, removed to 17th Dragoons 17 March 
1783; Captain i8th Dragoons 1787; served under his father at 
the siege of Nieuport 1793; Major 1793; served with his father 
in the ^^'est Indies, and at the reduction of Martinique in 
1794; Lieut.-Colonel by brevet, as bearer of despatches, 21 April 
1794; commanded his regiment in the West Indies under 
Abercromby until April 1797; Colonel and A.D.C. to the King 
I January 1798; Major-General 1805; Commander of the Forces 
at Cape of Good Hope 11 July 1806 to November 1811; 
Lieut.-General 1811; General 27 May 1825; Colonel 13th 
Dragoons 30 December 1811; G.C.B. 13 September 1831 ; 
G.CH. 1831 ; died in Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, 11 January, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 18 January 1845. 
Portrait at Falloden. 



=Charlotte Des Voeux, dau. 
of Sir Charles Des Voeux 
of Indiville, Queen's 
County, I St baronet, by 
IMary Anne his wife, dau. 
of the Very Rev. Arthur 
Champagne, Dean of 
Clonmacnoise ; marr. at 
St. Michael-le-Belfry, York, 
20 August 181 2 ; died, 
aged 93, at 7 Seamore 
Place, Curzon Street, Lon- 
don, 12 February 1882. 



Captain Sir George Grey, baronet, K.C.B. ; born 10= 
October 1767; Lieutenant Royal Navy; served in the 
"Resolution" in Rodney's action of 1782; Captain 
I November 1793; served in the West India campaign 
under Sir John Jervis, and commanded the landing party 
at the siege of Guadaloupe ; commanded the "Victory" 
in the action off Cape St. Vincent 14 February 1797; 
Commissioner of Sheerness Dockyard April 1804, and of 
Portsmouth; created a baronet 29 July 1814, on the 
occasion of the visit of the allied Sovereigns to Ports- 
mouth ; K.C.B. 20 May 1820; died at Portsmouth 
Dockyard 3 October 1828. Portrait at Falloden. 



=Mary Whitbread, dau. of Samuel 
Whitbread of Southill, co. Bedford, 
by Lady Mary Cornwallis his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Charles, ist Earl 
Cornwallis ; marr. at Essenden, 
CO. Hertford, 18 June 1795; died, 
aged 87, in Eaton Place, London, 
9 May 1858. Portrait {at the 
^S^ ^f 3) h' ^^^ Thomas Lawrence, 
P.P. A., and another as a girl at 
Falloden. 



Captain Thomas Monck Mason, R.N.;=Mary, born 3 April 1796; married 26 November 1823; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 24 March died at 3 Cornwall Terrace, St. George's Road, London, 
1807; Commander 1815; Captain 12 30 January 1863. She married 2ndly in 1840, Hugh 
May 1828; died 31 October 1838. Gray, who died in 1861. 



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Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Grey, born 
at Falloden, in Embleton, co. 
Northumberland, in July, bapt. 
at Embleton 27 August 1770; 
entered the Army as Cornet 
17th Dragoons 31 August 1787; 
Lieut.-Colonel 12th Foot 24 Jan- 
uary 1796; died at the Cape 17 
January 1797. 



Lieut.-Colonel William Grey, born at=|=Maria Sherreff, 
Falloden 20 October 1775 • Lieutenant dau. of General 
7th Royal Fusiliers 28 December William Sherreff; 
1791; Captain 21st Foot 1794; married in 1805; 
Major 17th Foot 1798; Lieut.-Colonel died, aged 75, 
7th Veteran Battalion 31 March 1803, at Richmond, co. 
and Lieut.-Governor of Chester ; died Surrey, 4 August 
in Upper Berkeley Street, London, 1857. 
10 August 181 7. /|\ 



Rt. Hon^'^ Sir George Grey, baronet, G.C.B. ; born at Gibraltar=j=Anna Sophia Ryder, eldest dau. 



II May 1799; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 25 
June 1817, B.A. (ist-class) 1821; M.A. 1824; called to 
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 2 May 1826; M.P. for Devonport 
13 December 1832 to July 1847, for North Northumber- 
land 13 August 1847, and for Morpeth i January 1853 to 
January 1874; Under Secretary of State for the Colonies 
1834-35 and 1835-39; Judge Advocate-General 1839-41; 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in 1841 and April 
1859-61 ; Secretary of State for the Home Department 
1846-52, 1855-58, and 1861-66; Secretary of State for the 
Colonies 1854-55; Privy Councillor i March 1839; 
Ecclesiastical Commissioner February 1841; G.C.B. 31 March 
1849; prevented the Chartists, under Smith O'Brien, invading 
the House of Commons with their monster petition 10 April 
1848; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 3 October 1828; 
died, aged 83, at Falloden, 9 September, bur. at Embleton 
15 September 1S82. Will dated 21 June 1877, with two 
codicils dated 6 November 1879 and 5 May 1882, proved at 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 12 October 1882. {See "Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XXIII., page iSj.) Portrait (as 
a Member of the Ministry of iSj2), drawn by Sir John 
Gilbert, R.A., in the National Portrait Gallery, and another 
by Sir Francis Grafit, P.P. A., at Falloden, presented to lady 
Grey by the Parliajnetitary friends of her hisband. /|\ 



of the Rt. Rev. the Hon^^^ 
Henry Ryder, D.D., Bishop 
of Lichfield and Coventry, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. of Thomas 
March Phillipps of Garendon 
Park, CO. Leicester; born at 
Lutterworth, co. Leicester, 18 
January, bapt. there 22 March 
1805; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 14 
August 1827; died, aged 88, 
at Wellswood House, Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 8 July, bur. at 
Embleton 14 July 1893. Will 
dated ii December 1882, with 
two codicils dated 15 February 
and 28 April 1887, proved 
23 August 1893 (Prin. Reg., 
738. 93)- 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XI., page i6g.) 



Charles Noel, Earl of Gainsborough ; born at Catmose, co. Rutland,=j=Elizabeth, born 4 No- 



2 October 1781; took the name of Noel in place of Edwardes by 
Royal Licence 5 May 1798; M.P. for co. Rutland 19 May 1808; 
succeeded his mother as Baron Barham 12 May 1823, and his father as 
a baronet 25 February 1838; created 16 August 1841, Baron Noel of 
Ridlington, Viscount Campden of Campden and Earl of Gainsborough ; 
died at 17 Prince's Gate, Kensington, London, 10 June 1866. 
He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Welman {see Pedigree of 
IVelmati, " Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. Ill, page jj) ; 
3rdly Arabella, dau. of Sir James Hamlyn-Williams, baronet ; and 4thly 
Lady Frances Jocelyn, dau, of Robert, Earl of Roden. /|\ 



vember laoo; marr. 
at Portsmouth by 
special licence 13 May 
1817 ; died 20 Sep- 
tember 1 8 18, bur. at 
Teston, co. Kent, 
2nd wife. 



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Charlotte Elizabeth=T-Rt. Rev. Edward Grey, D.D., Eishop= 



Croft, dau. of James 
Croft of Grecnham, 
CO. Berks ; born 
I September 1783 ; 
marr. 2 1 March 
1809; died 26 May 
182 1, bur. at 
Howick, CO. North- 
umberland. M.I. 
1st wife. 



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of Hereford; born 25 March 1782 ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 
October 1799, B.A. 1803; M.A. 
1806; B.D. and D.D. 1831; Rector 
of Peasemore, co. Berks, 26 February 
1807, of Whickham, co. Durham, 9 
October 18 16 to 1828, and of St. 
Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 5 
December 182S; Dean of Hereford 
10 January 183 1 ; Pebendary of West- 
minster 21 September 1803; Bishop 
of Hereford 15 May 1832 ; died at 
the Palace, Hereford, 24 July 1837. 



=Elizabeth Adair,= 
dau. of the Rt. 
Hon^'« Sir Robert 
Adair, G.C.B. ; 
marr. 9 Septem- 
ber 1824; died 
at St. Botolph's 
Rectory, Bishops- 
gate, London, 28 
September 1829. 
2nd wife. 



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=Eliza Innes, dau. 
of John Innes ; 
marr. i Decem- 
ber 1831 ; died 
at Torquay, co. 
Devon, 16 Feb- 
ruary 187 1. 3rd 
wife. 



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Rev. John Simon Jenkin-= 
son. Vicar of Battersea, 
CO. Surrey ; of Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
14 March 1822, aged 24, 
B.A. 1827; M.A. 1829; 
Rector of Sudbourne with 
Orford, co. Suffolk, 14 
January 1832 to 1834; 
Incumbent of St. Mary- 
in- the -Castle, Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, 1834-47 ; 
Vicar of Battersea 1847 ; 
died, aged 74, at 24 
Spencer Road, Battersea 
Rise, 17 October 187 1. 



=Harriet Caroline 
Augusta, born 25 
January 1802 ; 
marr. at Bath- 
wick, CO. Somer- 
set, 1 7 March 
1830; died, aged 
87, at 5 The 
Gables, Derby, 17 
December 1880. 



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Rev. Sir Henry Thompson of=j=Hannah Jean, 
Virhees, co. Sussex, baronet; born 10 Sep- 
born at Gosport, co. Hants, 5 tember 1803; 
November 1796; of Oriel Col- marr. at Port- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 7 sea, co. Hants, 
December 1814, B.A. 1819; 26 February 
M.A 1821 ; Incumbent of Holy 1828; died at 
Trinity, Fareham, co. Hants ; Ryde, Isle of 
Vicar of Frant, co. Sussex, 1844 ; Wight, 5 June 
Prebendary of Chichester 1854; 1829. istwife. 
succeeded his brother as 3rd 
baronet i July 1826; died at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, i July 
1868. He married 2ndly 
Emily Frances Anne, dau. of 
Ralph Leeke of Longford Hall, 
CO. Salop. /\ 



Sir Francis Thornhill Baring, Baron Northbrook ; born at Calcutta, India,=j=Jane, born 



20 April 1796 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
18 January 1814, B.A. (ist-class Lit. Hum. and Mathematics) 1817; M.A. 
1821 ; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 30 April 1817, called to the Bar 1823; 
M.P. for Portsmouth 2 August 1830 to July 1865; Lord of the Treasury 
24 November 1830, Joint Secretary June to December 1834 and April 1835 
to August 1839; Privy Councillor 26 August 1839; Chancellor of the 
Exchequer 26 August 1839 to September 1841 ; First Lord of the Admiralty 
18 January 1849 to February 1852 ; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
3 April 1848; created 4 January 1866, Baron Northbrook of Stratton ; 
died at Stratton Park, co. Hants, 6 September 1866. He married zndly 
Lady Arabella Georgina Howard, daughter of Kenneth Alexander, ist 
Earl of Effingham. {See ''Dictionary of National Biography^' Vol. III., 
page I PS.) 



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October 1804; 
marr. in the 
Dockyard Chapel, 
Portsmouth, by 
special licence, 7 
April 1825; died 
23 April 1838. 
I St wife. 



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Captain George Edmund= 
Byron Bettesworth, R.N. ; 
served in the Navy in the 
West Indies and was 
severely wounded ; Cap- 
tain 1805, on bringing 
despatches from Lord 
Nelson in the West Indies; 
marr, at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 24 
September 1807 ; died, 
aged 28, having been killed 
in action, when in com- 
mand of H. M.S. "Tartar," 
with some Danish vessels 
off Bergen 16 May, bur. 
at Howick, co. Northum- 
berland, 27 May 1 808. 
M.I. I St husband. 



=Hannah Althea,=j=Rt. Hon^'« Edward EUice, born at Montreal, 



bapt. at Emble- 
ton, CO. North- 
umberland, 8 
April 1 785; died 
28 July 1832. 



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Canada, in 1781 ; educated at Winchester and at 
Marischal College, Aberdeen; M.A. 1800; marr. 
30 October 1809 ; brought about the amalgamation 
of the Hudson's Bay Company with its rivals 26 
March 182 1 ; M.P. for Coventry 25 June 1818 to 
June 1826, and from 30 July 1830 until his death ; 
Secretary to the Treasury 26 November 1830 to 
August 1832 ; Privy Councillor and Secretary at 
War 3 April 1833 ; D.C.L. of St. Andrew's 1862 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Inverness; died at Ardochy, 
Glencarry, co. Inverness, 17 September, bur. at 
Torr-na Cairidh, co. Inverness, 23 September 
1863. {See "Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XVII., page 246.) He married 2ndly Lady 
Anne Amelia, dau. of William Charles, 4th Earl 
of Albemarle, widow of Thomas William, ist 
Earl of Leicester {see '■^Visitation of England 
and Wales" Vol. VIII., page 1^4). and husband. 



Charlotte Grey, 
born at Sheer- 
ness, CO. Kent, 
19 November 



1805 ; 
aged 8, 
1814. 



died, 
9 May 



Laura Mary Elton, 4th= 
dau. of Sir Charles 
Abraham Elton, 6th 
baronet, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Smith of 
Bristol, CO. Gloucester ; 
marr. at All Saints', 
Southampton, co. Hants, 
10 November 1840; died 
at Malta 24 March 1848. 
I St wife. 



Charles Samuel= 
Grey, born 2 2 
January 181 1 ; 
Paymaster in 
Ireland ; died at 
Roebuck Hall, 
near Dublin, 12 
June i860. 



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=Margaret Dysart 
Hunter, dau. of 
General Sir Martin 
Hunter, G.C.M.G., 
G.C.H. ; marr. at 
Anton's Hill, co. 
Berwick, 9 April 
1850; died at Arle 
Villa, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 12 
November 1877. 
2nd wife. 



Grey, died 
in infancy 
in January 
1814. 



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Round. 

Vol. 12, p. I.] 




Pedigree of Rotmd. 



John Round of Stratford-= 
on-Avon, co. Warwick 
(younger son of Thomas 
Round of Alcester, co. 
Warwick); bapt. at Alcester 
24 September 1645. 



=Mary Hurdis, dau. of James 
Hurdis of Atherstone-on-Stour, 
CO. Warwick, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Bravell of 
Campden, co. Gloucester ; marr. 
at Atherstone-on-Stour 28 July 
1670, 



John Round of St. Law-= 
rence Jewry, London, 
and of New Inn, co. 
Middlesex, CitySolicitor; 
bapt. at Stratford -on- 
Avon 9 June 1671 ; bur. 
at Bow, CO. Middlesex, 
19 December 1718. 
Administration granted 
i3januaryi7i|(P.C.C.) 



=IMary Lister, dau. and coheir of 
Mathew Lister, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. and heir of the Rev. 
Edward Sparke, D.D., Chaplain 
to Charles II. ; marr. in 1697, 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 21 December, then aged 23 ; 
administratrix to her husband 
13 January i7if ; died in 1733. 
Administration granted 15 March 
173! (P-C.C.) 



William Round of Birch Hall, co. Essex, esquire ; administrator^ 
to his mother 15 March 173!; executor to will of his uncle, 
James Round, 2 January \i\%; died 30 October 1772. Will 
dated 24 February 1769, proved 24 November 1772 (P.C.C. 
421 Taverner). Portrait tfi oils at Birch Hall, in the 
possession of the Rt. Hon^^ James Round, and Miniature by 
Nathaniel Hone, R.A., in t/ie possession of Francis Richard 
Round, C.M.G. 



=Susannah Warner, dau. of John 
Warner of Old Ford, co. 
Middlesex, scarlet-dyex ; marr. 
at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 
London, in April 1729, mar- 
riage settlements dated 29 
March ; died in 1764. Portrait 
in oils at Birch Hall. 



James Round of Birch Hall,=j=Thamar Crefifeild, dau. and heir of Peter Creffeild of 



esquire ; J. P. for co. Essex ; 
died, aged 73, at Birch Hall, 
17 June 1806. Will dated 18 
December 1805, proved 22 July 
1806 (P.C.C. 598 Pitt). 



Colchester, co. Essex, esquire; marr. 19 January 1758; died 
at Colchester 23 August 1799, bur. at Great Birch. Portrait 
by Tho?nas Hudson at Ave?tue House, IVitham, co. Essex, 
in the possessio7i of Francis Richard Round, C.M.G. 



Horatio Cock of Colchester,=Susannah, born 2 August 1759; marriage 
surgeon; aged 30 in 1787; licence (Chelmsford) dated 1787; died, 
died, aged 74, 10 October aged 75, at Colchester, 22 August 1834, 
1 83 1, bur. at St. James', Col- bur. at St. James', Colchester. M.I. Pastel 
Chester. M.I. Will proved 11 portrait in the possession of the Rt. Hon^^^ 
November 1831. Jaynes Round. 



^^'illiam Round, 
born 1 2 Octo- 
ber 1760; bur. 
at Birch in 
April 1 761. 



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Katheren, bapt. at Stratford- 
on-Avon, co. Warwick, 12 March 
i67f. 



Mary, bapt. at Stratford- 
on-Avon 18 July 1675. 



William Round, bapt. at 
Stratford-on-Avon 27 March 
1678. 



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John Round of St. Martin's, Colchester,= 
CO. Essex, Barrister-at-Law ; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 22 November 1751 ; 
Deputy Recorder of Colchester ; died, 
aged 78, 9 November 1813, bur. in St. 
Martin's, Colchester. M.I. Portrait in 
oils in the possession of /oh?i Horace 
Round, LL.D. 



Catherine Green, dau. of Edward Green of Lawford 
Hall, CO. Essex ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Colchesterj 
28 August 1782, marriage licence (Chelmsford) 
dated 1781 ; died, aged 61, 14 January 1802, bur. 
in St. Martin's, Colchester. M.I. She married istly 
the Rev. Richard Daniel, D.D., Rector of Mistley- 
cum-Manningtree and Vicar of Bradfield, co. Essex. 



John Round of Danbury Park and of West Bergholt,= 
both CO. Essex, D.C.L. ; born at St. Martin's House, 
Colchester, 8 March 1783; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 June 1801, B.A 1805; M.A. 1808; 
created D.C.L. 16 June 1814; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Essex, High Sheriff 1834; ]\I.P. for Ipswich 1812-18, 
and for Maldon 1837-47; High Steward of Colchester 
18 1 8 until his death; died at 15 Brunswick Terrace, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 28 April, bur. at Danbury 
3 May i860. Will dated 16 April 1859, proved 
9 May i860 (Prin. Reg., 339, 60). Miniature and two 
Pencil Portraits in the possession of John Horace 
Round, LL.D., his grandson. 




=Susan Constantia Caswall, eldest 
dau. of George Caswall of Sacombe 
Park, CO. Hertford, and of West 
Bergholt, and coheir of her brother, 
George Newman Caswall ; born 2 
October 1789; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 18 March 
181 5; died 27 May, bur. at 
Danbury 3 June 1845. Will dated 
26 August 1843. Administration 
granted in July 1845 (P.CC. 
596, 45). Two Miniatures {by 
Plimer and Ross), Pastel and 
Pencil Drawings ifi the possession 
of John Horace Round, LL.D., 
her grandson, 

A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and IVales," 
Vol. KILL, page 180.) 



Thamar Round, 
born I July 1762; 
died 9 June 1783. 



Rev. James Round of Birch Hall, co. Essex ;= 
born 8 April 1764; of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789; 
Rector of St. Runwald's, Colchester ; J. P. 
for CO. Essex ; died, aged 44, at 
Colchester, 7 January 1809, bur. at Great 
Birch. Will dated 31 January 1807, proved 
25 February 1809 (P.CC. 38 Loveday). 



=Frances Green, dau. of Joseph 
Green of Stratford, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at West Ham, co. 
Essex, 7 February 1792; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 25 
February 1809; died 13 April 
1826, bur. at Great Birch. Will 
proved 18 July 1826. 



James Round of Birch Hall, co. Essex, Citizen and Stationer of London ; bapt. at Stratford- 
on-Avon, co. Warwick, 22 October 1680; purchased Birch Hall 24 March 172I; died in 
December 1745. Will dated 12 August 1745, proved 2 January 174! (P.C.C. 26 Edmunds). 
Portrait in oils in the possession of the Rt. Hon^^ James Round. 



William Round, died 
in India. 



John Keeling of Fingringhoe=f=Mary, marriage licence (Chelmsford) 
Hall, CO. Essex. | dated 1764. 

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I I I 

Mary Round, born 5 June 
1765 ; died 15 January 
1778. _ 

Elizabeth Round, born 21 
September 1766; died 27 
July 1780. 

John Round, born 3 
March 1768; died 26 June 
following. 



Charles Round of The Holly Trees, and= 
afterwards of Birch Hall, both co. Essex ; 
born 31 July 1770 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 
5 May 1791 ; died 18 April, bur. at Birch 
25 April 1834. Will dated i November 
1 83 1, with codicil dated 21 January 1834, 
proved 7 May 1834 (P.C.C. 298 Teignmouth). 



=Charlotte Green, dau. 
of Joseph Green of 
Stratford, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at West 
Ham, CO. Essex, 5 
January 1796; died 
6 April, bur. at Birch 
13 April 1 83 1. 



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{For issue see ^^ Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XII., page i). 




Ann Waller, dau. and=|=George Round= 



coheir of the Ven^'^ 
W. Waller, Archdeacon 
of Essex ; marr. at St. 
James', Colchester, co. 
Essex, 16 February 
1 80 1, marriage licence 
(Chelmsford) dated 

1 80 1, then aged 23; 
died at Colchester 8 Jan- 
uary 1809, bur. at Birch. 
I St wife. A 



of Lexden House 
and St. Peter's, 
Colchester ; born 
13 August 1772 ; 
died 14 Novem- 
ber 1823, buried 
at Birch. Will 
proved 3 Feb- 
ruary 1824. 



Mary Keeling, dau. and 
heir of John Keeling of 
Fingringhoe Hall, co. 
Essex, by Mary Round his 
wife {see above) ; marr. at 
All Saints', Colchester, 23 
January 1810 ; died 23 
July 1823. She married 
istly Charles Searle of 
St. George, co. Somerset. 
2nd wife. 



John Round, born 9 
October 1777, died 26 
November following. 



Anna Christiana 
Round, born 25 De- 
cember 1780; died, 
aged 41, at Colches- 
ter, 5 April 1822. 
Will proved 18 May 
1822. 



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Pedigree of Holroyd. 



Holroyd. 

[Vol. I a, p. 20.] 



Joseph Holroyd of Sheepscar,=pDeborah Todd, dau. of John Todd of 



Leeds, co. York, dyer ; died, 
aged 56, in December 1786. 
Will dated 17 May 1786, 
proved at York in 1787 
(Vol. 131, fo. 531). 



Leeds, by - Crosby his wife ; born 
7 March 173!, bapt. 10 April 1733; 
marr. 8 November 1750; executrix to 
her husband's will in 1787 ; died 8 No- 
vember 1808. Will dated 8 November 
1808, proved at York 8 December 1808 
(Vol. 152, fo. 556). 



John Holroyd, born 4 May=f=Dorothy Dowker, born Joseph Norminton=f=Sarah, born 28 



1752; living 8 November 
1808. 



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24 April 1747; married 
15 February 1774. 



of Halifax, co. 
York ; living 8 
November 1808. J\^ 



January 1754; 
died in 1791. 



Joseph Holroyd of Sheepscar, Leeds,=5=Hannah Parkinson, William Braith- 



dyer; born 15 February 1759; 
mentioned in his mother's will 
8 November 1808 ; executor to will 
of his brother Stephen 14 February 
1810; died, aged 75, buried at St. 
Paul's, Leeds, 5 July 1834. Will 
dated 5 April 1830, with three 
codicils dated 8 December 1830 to 
27 March 1834, proved 13 2vlarch 
1835 (P.C.C. 173 Gloster). 



dau. of Abraham 
Parkinson of Leeds, 
gent ; born 29 Sep- 
tember 1754 ; marr. 
30 July 1788 ; died 
27 February, buried 
at St. Paul's, Leeds, 
6 March 1845. 



waite, 

aged 

1805. 



died, 
in 



=Margaret, born 
3 December 
1763 ; married 
1786 ; living 8 
November 1808. 



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Stephen Todd 
Holroyd, born 
27 May 1789 ; 
died at Leeds 
27 April i860. 
Will dated 13 
June 1857, with 
codicil dated 20 
January 1859, 
proved at ^^'ake- 
field 8 May 
i860. 



Joseph Holroyd=f=Lilias 
ofWytherGrange, 
^Vinslow, Prince 
Edward Island, 
Canada ; born 9 
August 1790 ; 
died 5 March 
1853- 



Grant Campbell, 
dau. of Captain John 
Campbell, R.N., of 
Prince Edward Island; 
marr. at Milton, Prince 
Edward Island, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1840; died, aged 
81, 2 August 1900. 
She married 2ndly 
Augustus Henry Aid- 
borough Stratford 
Henniker, Stipendiary 
Magistrate, New Zea- 
land. 



Benjamin Hol-=f=Jane Susannah 



royd, born 29 
March 1792 ; 
died at Shad- 
well, near 
Leeds, in 1843. 



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Bellairs, dau. of 
John Bellairs, 
Captain 90th 
Foot ; born i 
December 1800; 
married in 1822; 
died at Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middle- 
sex, 8 January, 
bur. at Plaistow, 
CO. Kent, 13 
January 1872. 



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Benjamin Hardwick of Leeds, co. York, mercer ;=Grace, born 4 June 1768 ; married 
executor to will of his mother-in-law 8 December 1808; in 1789; living 8 November 1808. 
died, aged 52, 19 April 181 3. 



Elizabeth Parkin- 
son Holroyd, 
born 26 October 
1793 ; died 27 
February 1799. 



Sarah Parkinson, = 
dau. of Abraham 
Parkinson of Leeds ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Leeds, 4 
October 1 824; died, 
aged 34, 14 March, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Leeds, 1 7 
March 1840. ist 
wife. 



=Abraham Parkinson Holroyd= 
of Sturdie House, Leeds ; 
born 24 June, bapt. at the 
parish church, Leeds, 27 
August 1795 ; ^^^^ ^^ Leeds 
5 January, bur. in Bur- 
mantofts Cemetery, Leeds, 
10 January 1872. Will 
dated 28 December 1863, 
with codicil dated 15 No- 
vember 1869, proved at 
Wakefield 20 January 1872. 



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=Keturah Martin of East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex ; 
marr. at Hellingly, co. 
Sussex, 23 May 1842; 
died at Starbeck, co. 
York, 12 June, bur. in 
Burmantofts Cemetery, 
Leeds, 16 June 1879. 
Administration granted 
at the Principal Regis- 
try 14 August 1879. 
2nd wife. 



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{Ju?r issue see ^'■Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XII., page 20.) 



Rev. John Holroyd, Vicar of Bardsey, co. York; born 11 December= 
1797; of Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 22 July 
1814; Scholar 1817; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 1819; Fellow of 
St. Catherine's, M.A. 1822; Vicar of Bardsey 1849, Rural Dean; 
died at Bardsey Vicarage 12 January 1873, bur. at Bardsey. Will 
dated 24 December 1872, proved at Wakefield 31 January 1873. 



=Anne Atkinson, dau. of 
John Atkinson of Leeds ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Leeds, 17 July 
1832 ; died, aged 70, at 
Bardsey, 25 September 
1867, bur. there. 



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Stephen Todd Holroyd of Leadenhall=j=Betty Lofthouse, dau. of - Lofthouse of Bradford, 



Street, London; born 26 July 1779; 
mentioned in his mother's will 8 Novem- 
ber 1808; died in Leadenhall Street, 
London, 30 January 18 10. Will dated 
26 May 1809, proved 14 February 1810 
(P.C.C. 81 Collingwood). A 



CO. York, by Elizabeth his wife ; married 20 June 
1797; executrix to her husband's will 14 February 
1810; died, aged 65, at 12 Harley Street, London, 
22 July 1834. Will dated 17 April 1833, proved 
13 August 1834 (P.C.C. 469 Teignmouth). 



William Holroyd, 
born 12 Decem- 
ber 1799; died 
16 June 1832. 
He married Mary 
Barraclough. 

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Edward Holroyd, 
born 2 November 
iSoi ; died i 
March 1802. 



Rev. Edward Wilson, Vicar of==Hannah, bom 
Hunslet, Leeds, co. York; Curate 17 November 
of St. Andrew's, Leeds, 1854; 1803; died at 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Hunslet, St. Mary's Vicar- 
Leeds, 1857-81; died, aged 71, age, Leeds, 3 
at Newbould Lane, Sheffield, co. August 1877. 
York, 20 February 1886. 



Henry Holroyd of Sheepscar, Leeds ; born= 
14 September 1807 ; admitted to the Leeds 
Grammar School 5 February 182 1 ; died at 
Sheepscar, Leeds 24 August, bur. at Chapel 
Allerton, Leeds, 26 August 1876. Will dated 
26 March 1872, with codicil dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1873, proved at Wakefield 12 September 
1876. 



=Eliza Cullingworth, dau. of Joseph Culling- 
worth of Manchester and of Aberford, co. 
York; born 28 July 1813; mar r. at Wighill, 
CO. York, 27 May 1839; died at Moorlands 
Moor, Allerton, Leeds, 3 May, bur. at Chapel 
Allerton, Leeds, 7 May 1900. 



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Peel. 

Vol. 12, p. 23.] 




Pedigree of Peel. 



William Peel of Peele Fold, =f= Jane Walmesley, dau. 
in Oswaldtwistle, co. Lan- of Lawrence Walmesley 
caster (son of Robert Peel of of Upper Darwen, in 



Peele Fold, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of James Warde 
of Oswaldtwistle) ; bapt. at 
Blackburn, co. Lancaster, 9 
December 1682 ; bur. there 
24 July 1757. 



Blackburn ; marr. at 
Blackburn 9 August 
1 7 1 2 ; died in March 
1772. 



Robert Peel of Peele Fold,= 
and of Ardwick, co. Lan- 
caster ; born in 1723; 
received a grant of Arms 
dated 7 March 1792; died 
at Ardwick 12 September 
1795, t)ur. in St. John's, 
Manchester. Will dated 
24 March 1792 and 21 
June 1794, proved at York 
3 November 1795 (P.C.C. 
34 Harris). 



=Elizabeth Haworth, dau. 
of Edmund Haworth of 
Walmesley Fold, Black- 
burn, yeoman, by Catherine 
Pickering his ist wife ; 
marr. at Blackburn 28 
August 1744; died, aged 
73, at Great Harwood 
Parsonage, co. Lancaster, 
in March 1796, bur. at 
St. John's, Manchester. 



Lav/rence Peel of Carr=f= 
Hall, near Whalley, 
CO. Lancaster ; men- 
tioned in will of his 
brother Robert 24 
March 1792. 



Catherine, married 
A . . Aspinal. 



William Peel of Church=j=Mary Haworth, dau. of 
Bank and Peele Fold, Thomas Haworth of 



both CO. Lancaster ; 
born at Hole House, 
Blackburn, in June 
1745 ; died 30 March, 
bur. at Blackburn 2 April 



Blackburn, M.U., by 
Sarah his wife ; marr. 
I January 1766; died, 
aged 49, bur. at Black- 
burn 25 March 1794. 



Edmund Peel of Church=|='Mary Wright, 
Bank, near Blackburn ; 1 dau. of the 
born at Hole House in ! Rev. -Wright 
January 174!^; died in | of Blackburn. 
1776, bur. at Blackburn. 



Ellen Yates, dau.^ 
of William Yates 
of Bury, co. Lan- 
caster, by Mary 
his I St wife; bapt. 
2 April 1766; 
marr. 8 July 1783; 
died 28 December 
1803. I St wife. 



=Sir Robert Peel of Bury, co.= 
Lancaster, and Drayton Manor, 
CO. Stafford, baronet; born at 
Fish Lane, Blackburn, co. Lan- 
caster, 23 April 1750, bapt. at 
Blackburn ; M.P. for Tamworth 
18 June 1790 to 29 February 
1820 ; created a baronet 29 No- 
vember 1800; died at Drayton 
Park 3 May 1830, bur. at 
Drayton Bassett, co. Stafford. 



=Susanna Clerke (sister of the Rev. Sir 
William Henry Clerke, 8th baronet. 
Rector of Bury), dau. of Francis Clerke 
of North Weston, co. Oxford, by Susanna 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Henry Ashurst of Waterstock, co. Ox- 
ford ; born 30 April 1753; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
18 October 1805; died, aged 71, at 
Newbold Conyers, co. Warwick, 19 
September 1824. 2nd wife. 



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62 



William Peel, 
died in 1726. 



Nicholas Peel of 
Manchester, co. 
Lancaster ; died 
3 January 1820. 
He married Jane 
Ward of Black- 
burn, CO. Lan- 
caster. =p 
/k 



Joseph Peel of Fazeley, 
CO. Stafford ; died 23 
March 1820, bur. at 
Fazeley. He married 
Martha Fowler, dau. 
of Thomas Fowler of 
Blackburn. =p 
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Jane, married 
T. Houghton, 
and died s.p. 



Anne Peel. 



Margaret, mar- 
ried Edward 
Grimshaw. 



Paul Peel, 
died in 
infancy. 



Anne Haworth, dau. of Giles=j=Jonathan Peel of Accrington,=j= Esther Bolton, dau. 



Haworth of Blackburn, co. 
Lancaster, by Grace Shor- 
rock his wife ; bur. at 
Blackburn 26 March 1785. 
I St wife. 



CO. Lancaster, and Knowl- 
mere, co. York; bapt. at 
Blackburn 2 1 September 
1752; died at Lytham, co. 
Lancaster, 5 December 1834. 



of Robert Bolton of 
Bolton, CO. York ; 
marr. 7 May 1786; 
died in 1841. 
2nd wife. 



Robert Peel of Accrington and= 
Hyndburn, both co. Lancaster, and 
of the Manor House, Shinfield, co. 
Berks; born 22 September, bapt. at 
Accrington 22 October 1775; died 
at 6 Southwick Street, Connaught 
Square, London, 16 April, bur. at 
Accrington 26 April 1839. M.L 
Will dated 16 November 1835 and 
24 September 1838, proved 7 May 
1839 (P.C.C.) Portrait by John 
Linnell at Knoivlniere Manor, 
Clitheroe, co. Lancaster, in the 
possession of IVilliam Peel. 



J^,^ 



=Anne Peel, dau. 
of William Peel 
of Peele Fold, 
CO. Lancaster, by 
Mary Haworth 
his wife ; born 9 
May 1784; marr. 
at Waddington, 
CO. York, 6 Oc- 
tober 1802; died 
16 May, bur. at 
Accrington 22 
May 1827. 



Rev. Giles Haworth= 
Peel of the Grotto, 
Basildon, co. Berks ; 
of Pembroke Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 March 1801, 
aged 22 ; Perpetual 
Curate of Ince, co. 
Chester, 5 October 
1820; died, aged 76, 
at Great Marlow, 
CO. Buckingham, 23 
December 1854. 



=Maria Halse, 
dau. of James 
Halse of Ox- 
ford ; married 
at Oxford 
18 December 
1804. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England atid Wales," 
Vol. XII., page 23.) 



63 



Alice Haworth, dau. of Jonathan=j=Lawrence Peel of= 



Haworth of Highercroft, in 
Lower Darwen, co. Lancaster, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Pilling ; marr. at Manchester 
Cathedral in March 1781; died, 
aged 43, in 1807. ist wife. 



Ardwicke, co. Lan- 
caster ; born in 
1756 ; died at 
Doncaster, co. York, 
in June 1827. 



Elizabeth Creswick, dau. of Richard 
Creswick of Sheffield, co. York ; marr. 
in December 1822 ; died 24 November 
1855. She married istly Sir Joseph 
Radcliffe of Rudding, baronet, and 
3rdly Robert Jones. 2nd wife. 



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Edmund Peel of Church= 
Bank, co. Lancaster (3rd 
son of William Peel of 
Peele Fold, co. Lancaster, 
by Mary Haworth his 
wfe); born in 1774; died, 
aged 62, at Lytham, co. 
Lancaster, 18 April 1836. 



=Grace, married 
27 August 1794; 
died, aged 62, 
at Lytham 22 
April 1836. 



Robert Peel of Taliaris, co.= 
Carmarthen (2nd son of 
William Peel of Peele Fold, 
by Mary Haworth his wife) ; 
born in 1770; died, aged 68, 
13 June 1838. He married 
istly Jane Yates. 



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=Anne, married at 
Accrington, co. 
Lancaster, i Oc- 
tober 1800; died 
29 August 1806. 



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Elizabeth, died at Fairlawn, co. Kent, Jane Peel, died Betty Peel, died 
27 September 1825. She married in 1795. in infancy. 

Edmund Yates of Fairlawn. 



Jonathan Peel of=j=Eliza Tubb, dau. 



Culham, CO. Oxford; 
died at Culham 18 
August 1841. 



of William Tubb 
of Oxford ; died 
25 September 
1868. 



Bolton Peel of Dotshill= 
Lodge, CO. Warwick ; 
died at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, 21 De- 
cember 1843. 



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^Elizabeth Isabella Peel, 
dau. of Robert John Peel of 
the Pastures, co. Stafford ; 
married 20 March 181 7; 
died, aged 62, at Dotshill 
Lodge, 17 August 1855. 



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Rev. Borlase=i=Anne, died, aged=Rev. George Park of Hawkshead ; Betty, baptised 5 
Willock of 65, 10 December Incumbent of Hawkshead 1812 ; March 1762; buried 
Harwood, CO. 1826, buried at died, aged 50, 12 July 1829, buried 22 June 1764. 
Lancaster, ist Hawkshead, co. at Hawkshead. M.I, 2nd husband, 
husband. Lancaster. M.I. 



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Joseph Peel of= 
Bowes Farm, 
CO. Middle- 
sex ; born 21 
August 1766; 
died 14 De- 
cember 1 82 1. 



=Ann Haworth, dau. 
of Jonathan Haworth 
of Highercroft, co. 
Lancaster ; married 
at Manchester 15 
March 1789 ; died, 
aged 44, 15 June 
1811. 



John Peel of=f=Elizabeth Margaret Jenny, baptised 



the Pastures, CO. 
Stafford ; born 
in 1767; Sheriff 
1816 ; died at 
Crosby, near 
Liverpool, 7 
November 1 8 16. 



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Slater, daughter of 
Gilbert Slater of 
Liverpool, by Isabel 
his wife, daughter of 
George Farrington 
of Shawe Hall, co. 
Lancaster ; married 
27 December 1790. 



I April, buried 
10 April 1768. 



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Anne Jane Steers, dau.=i=William Peel,=Sophia Anne, dau. and coheir of the Rev. Thomas 



of Spencer Steers of 
Larkfield, CO. Lancaster; 
mart. 1 5 April 1 8 1 8 ; 
died 25 March 1828. 
I St wife. 



born 4 April Drake, D.D., Vicar of Rochdale, co. Lancaster, by 
1793; died 22 Eleanor his wife, dau. of Robert Dobyns Yate of 
July 1869. Bromesberrow, co. Gloucester; born 18 December 

1792; marr. 19 June 1829; died 13 March 1853. 

2nd wife. 



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65 



Edmund Peel, 
died in 1836. 



Joseph Peel, died at 
Burton-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, 23 June 
1844. 



Henry Formby of Formby, 
CO. Lancaster; born in 1789; 
died in 1834. 




Esther, married Robert John Peel of Burton- = 

. . , Macdonald, on-Trent (eldest son of Robert 

D. L. for CO. John Peel of the Pastures) ; 

Carnarvon. born 9 July 1796. ^ 



=Dorothy, married 
7 January 18 18. 



Jane Peel, died, 
aged 64, 27 
May 1862. 



I 
Mary Peel. 



Rev. William Villiers, Vicar of Bromsgrove, co. Worcester ;=Susannah. 

of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 19 July 1809, aged 18, 

B.A. 1813; M.A. 1847; Minister of New Chapel, Kidderminster, 

1824, Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, Vicar of Bromsgrove 

1846 until his death; died, aged 68, at Moseley Parsonage, 

CO. Worcester, 16 January 1861. 



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Pedigree of Jalland. 



Jalland. 

[Vol. 12, p. 58.] 



William Jalland of Whatton-in-the-Vale,= 
CO. Nottingham, husbandman ; bur. at 
Whatton-in-the-Vale 18 July 1557. Will 
dated 28 June 1557, proved at York 
4 May 1558 (Vol. 15 ii., fo. 268). 



I 
Agnes Porter, =j=John Jalland of=Margaret, bur. 



dau. of Thomas 
Porter; bur. at 
Whatton-in-the- 
Vale 26 October 
1545. I St wife. 



Whatton-in-the 
Vale, husbandman; 
named overseer to 
his father's will 28 
June 1557; bur. 
at Whatton-in-the- 
Vale 25 August 
1557. 



at Whatton-in- 
the-Vale 9 Sep- 
tember 1557. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Jalland of Whatton-=i= Agnes. 
in-the-Vale, husbandman ; 
executor to his father's will 
4 May 1558; bur. at Whatton- 
in-the-Vale 17 November 
1565. Will dated 27 June 
1565, proved at York g May 
1566 (Vol. 17, fo. 548). 



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Margaret, bapt. 
at Whatton-in- 
the-Vale 10 June 
1548. 



Anne, bapt. at Whatton- 
in-the-Vale 13 March 
155^ ; mentioned in 
wills of her grandfather 
28 June 1557, her 
father 27 June 1565, 
and her brother John 
28 July 1614; married 
. . . Wormehill. 



John Jalland of Scarrington,= 
CO. Nottingham, yeoman ; bapt. 
at Whatton-in-the-Vale 7 Jan- 
uary i55f ; mentioned in wills 
of his grandfather 28 June 
1557, and his father 27 June 
1565 ; bur. at Scarrington 30 
July 1614. Will dated 28 July 
1 6 14, proved at York 19 
January iGil (Vol. 2,1, fo. 401). 



=Agnes Watte, dau. 
of Richard Watte 
of Scarrington, 
husbandman, by 
Margaret his wife ; 
marr. at Scarring- 
ton 15 July 1582; 
bur. there 25 July 
1614. 



James Trueman of Burton=|=Jane, bapt. at Scarrington 26 May 1583; 



Joyce, CO. Nottingham ; 
named overseer to John 
Jalland's will 28 July 16 14 



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marr. there 15 January iSy^; mentioned 
in wills of her father 28 July 16 14, and 
her brother John 13 May 1634. 



Mary Jalland, bapt. 
at Scarrington 23 
February 1584, 
bur. there 7 April 
following. 



William Marshall of= 
Redmile, co. Leices- 
ter ; named overseer 
to John Jalland's will 
28 July 1614. Ad- 
ministration granted 
at Leicester in 1627. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Scarrington 10 Feb- 
ruary 158!; men- 
tioned in wills of her 
father 28 July 16 14, 
and her brother John 
13 May 1634. 



William Coppacke=j=Anne, bapt. at Scarrington 



of Caythorpe, m 
Lowdham, co. Not- 
tingham. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
York 26 February 
163I. 



A 



28 September 1586; marr. 
after 28 July 16 14; men- 
tioned in will of her 
brother John 13 May 
1634; administratrix to her 
husband 26 February 163I. 



A 



67 



William Jalland, to whom 
his father left four marks 
to lapse "if it fortune he 
never come again." 



Thomas Gamble of Sutton=i=Agnes, mentioned in her father's 



in Granby, co. Nottingham, 
husbandman ; mentioned in 
will of William Jalland 28 
June 1557; died before 10 
August 1558. /|\ 



will 28 June 1557; bur. at Granby. 
Will dated 10 August 1558, proved 
at York 12 October 1558 (Vol. 15 
ii., fo. 374). 



Thomas Jalland, 
bapt. at Whatton- 
in- the -Vale, co. 
Nottingham, 2 Oc- 
tober 1555, bur. 
there 1 1 Decem- 
ber following. 



Stephen Jalland of Whatton- 
in -the -Vale, husbandman ; 
bapt. at Whatton-in-the- 
Vale 21 July 1560; men- 
tioned in his father's will 

27 June 1565 ; named 
overseer to his brother's will 

28 July 1614; married before 
26 April 1593. 

T 

A 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Whatton-in-the-Vale 
20 October 1562 ; 
mentioned in wills 
of her father 27 
June 1565, and her 
brother John 28 
July 1614; married 
. . . Richardson. 



Magdalen, married 
. . . Trueman. 



Thomas Jalland of Cropwell Butler, co. Nottingham,= 
yeoman; bapt. at Scarrington, co. Nottingham, 13 
August 1591; executor to his father's will 19 January 
i6i4; named overseer to will of his brother John 
13 May 1634. Will dated 24 May 1667, proved at 
York 6 April 1670 (Vol. 51, fo. 392). 



^Elizabeth. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
York 31 
1674. 



December 



Isabel, bapt. at 
Scarrington 7 Sep- 
tember 1593; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 28 
July 1614. 



John Jalland of East 
Bridgford, co. Nottingham ; 
bapt. at Scarrington 20 Oc- 
tober 1 61 9; executor to his 
father's will 6 April 1670. 
Will dated 21 September 
1675, proved at York 25 
October 1675 (Vol. 56, 
fo. 162). A\ 



=Alice, executrix to 
her husband's will 
25 October 1675 ; 
mentioned in will 
of her son Samuel 
7 June 1 68 1. 



Thomas Jalland= 
of Scarrington, 
yeoman ; bapt. 
at Scarrington 
25 September 
1621. 



=Mary Thoroton, dau. of 
Robert Thoroton of Car 
Colston, CO. Nottingham, 
gent, by Anne his wife, dau. 
of Peter Chambers, and 
sister of Robert Thoroton, 
the Antiquary ; marr. at 
Scarrington 26 July 1654; 
bur. there 4 June 1696. 



Anne, bapt. at Scarrington 18 July 
1655; mentioned in her grand- 
father's will 24 May 1667. 



Mary, bapt. at Scarrington 4 Sep- Thomas Jalland, 
tember 1656; mentioned in her born in 1658; 
grandfather's will 24 May 1667. died in infancy. 



68 



Thomas Purser of Aslacton, in=f=Jane, marr. at 
Whatton-in-the-Vale, co. Nottingham, Whatton-in-the- 
husbandman ; mentioned in WiUiam Vale 4 November 
Jalland's will 28 June 1557; bur. at 1548; mentioned 
Whatton-in-the-Vale. Will dated 21 in her father's will 
September 1562, proved at York 28 June 1557 ; 
6 May 1563, by Thomas Purser, son living 21 Sep- 
(Vol. 17, fo. 247). I tember 1562. 

A 



Edward Shipman,= 
mentioned in Wil- 
liam Jalland's will 
28 June 1557. 



'Elizabeth, marr, 
at Whatton-in- 
the-Vale 26 Sep- 
tember 1540; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 28 
June 1557. 



A 



John Jalland of Scarrington, co.= 
Nottingham, yeoman ; bapt. at Scar- 
rington 7 September 1595 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 28 July 1614; bur. 
at Scarrington 23 May 1634. Will 
dated 13 May 1634, proved at York 
20 August 1634 (Vol. 42, fo. 255). 



'Elizabeth Farnworth, married at 
St. Peter's, Nottingham, 28 July 
1622 ; executrix to her husband's 
will 20 August 1634. Will dated 

4 January 164^^, proved at York 

5 May 1648. 



Robert Jalland, 
bapt. at Scarring- 
ton 25 October 
1599; mentioned 
in his father's will 
28 July 1614. 



A 



Philip Jalland, bapt. at Scarrington 4 June 1606; 
mentioned in his father's will 28 July 1614 ; tuition 
granted 7 February i62y, to Richard James of 
Nottingham. 



William Jalland,=Jane, married 2ndly 
(?) Administration Thomas Draper of 
granted at York 2 Scarrington, yeoman. 
November 1660, 



Robert Hoyle of=f=Elizabeth, ad- 



Newark-on-Trent, 
CO. Nottingham ; 
mentioned in the 
will of Thomas 
Jalland 24 May 
1667. 



mmistratnx to 
her mother 
31 December 
1674. 



A 



Mary, bapt. 
at Scarring- 
ton 23 April 
1626. 



Andrew=f=Anne, bapt. at Scarrington 



Crossland. 



7 December 1628; married 
at Radcliffe- on -Trent, co. 
Nottingham, 24 January 
165^; living 24 May 1667. 
She married 2ndly . . . Bell, 
by whom she had issue. 



A 



John Jalland of Scarrington, yeoman; bapt. at Scarrington 20 April 1 660 ;=j=Mary, executrix to 



mentioned in his grandfather's will 24 May 1667 ; bur. there 12 December 
1696. Will dated 23 October 1696, proved at York 13 January 1694. 



her husband's will 
13 January 1697. 



Thomas Jalland, 
bapt. at Scarring- 
ton 19 August 
1694. 



Samuel Fellows of Nottingham, hosier, Alderman= 
of Nottingham; born 16 August 1687; Sheriff 
1729, Mayor 1755, Coroner 1746-56; died 12 
December 1765, bur. at St. Mary's, Nottingham. 
He married 2ndly Hannah, dau. of Thomas 
Wright of Nottingham, esquire. /f^ 



=Mary, bapt. at Scarrington 
I June 1696; marr. at 
Sneinton, co. Nottingham, 
26 September 1717; died 
12 December 1730. 



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William Lammyng of Whatton-in-the-Vale,=f= Alice, mentioned in her husband's will 6 March 



CO. Nottingham ; bur. at Whatton-in-the-Vale. 
Will dated 6 March 154^, proved at York 
4 May 1542 (Vol. 11, fo. 635). 



154I ; bur. at Whatton-in-the-Vale. Will dated 
8 November 1552, proved at York 27 April 
1553 (Vol. 13, fo. 976). 



A 



Robert Jalland of= 
Rolleston, co. Not- 
tingham, husband- 
man ; baptised at 
Scarrington, co. Not- 
tingham, 3 June 
1663 ; mentioned in 
his grandfather's will 
24 May 1667 ; bur. 
at Rolleston 27 
January 17 of. Will 
dated 23 January 
170*, proved at 
York 15 July 1707 
(Vol. 64, fo. 103). 



=Sarah Hills, marr. 
at Rolleston 24 
September 1689 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 15 
July 1707 ; bur. 
at Rolleston 23 
January 173I. 



Thomas Jalland, = 
bapt. at Scarring- 
ton 5 November 
1665; mentioned 
in his grand- 
father's will 24 
May 1667. 



=Frances Burton, 
married at St. 
Mary's, Notting- 
ham, 27 De- 
cember 1688. 



John Jalland, mentioned 
in will of his uncle, John 
Jalland, 23 October 1696. 



Gervase Jalland, 
bapt. at Scarring- 
ton in 1667 ; 
bur. there 15 
January i67f. 



William Jalland, 
bapt. at Scarring- 
ton in 1668. 



Sarah, bapt. at Rolles- 
ton 13 March 169^; 
marr. there in Novem- 
ber 17 15, Robert 
Gilbert of Barnby, 
CO. Nottingham. 

A 



Mary, bapt. at 
Rolleston 20 Ap- 
ril 1693; marr. 
at Lenton, co. 
Nottingham, 2 1 
September 1724, 
John Knutton. 



Robert Jalland of Rolleston ;= 
bapt. at Rolleston 7 July 
1695 ; bur. there 21 May 
1743. AVill dated 9 August 
1738, proved at York 25 
August 1743 (Vol. 88, 
fo. 320). 



=Hannah Harrison 
of Mansfield, 
CO. Nottingham ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 25 
August 1743. 



John Inglesant= 
of St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham. 



=Hannah, bapt. at George Jalland of Rolleston, yeoman ; 

Rolleston 29 bapt. at Rolleston 17 June 1726; 

November 1724 ; died 23 November, bur. at Rolleston 

marr. there 26 27 November 1788. M.I. Will dated 

November 1745. 9 November 1788, proved at York in 

A 1788 (Vol. 133, fo. 220). 



Robert Jalland, 
bapt. at Rolleston 
21 July 1728 ; 
bur. there 5 March 



George Jalland of Stickford, co.=j=Sarah Maria Anne 



Lincoln ; bapt. at Rolleston 30 
September 1764; died 27 Tune 
1810. 



A 



Lilley, married 29 
May 1800. 



Robert Jalland of Liverpool ; bapt. at 
Rolleston 6 October 1766; executor to 
his father's will 5 May 1803 ; died 2 May 
1835, bur. at Liverpool. 



Thomas Jalland, bapt, at 
Rolleston, co. Nottingham, 
4 August 1700; died in 
London. 



Elizabeth Jalland, bapt. at 
Rolleston 4 August 1700; 
bur. there i July 1712. 



George Jalland, bapt. at Rolleston 
22 June 1703; died 28 June 1723, 
bur. at Rolleston. M.I. 



Robert Jalland of Basford,= 
CO. Nottingham, farmer ; 
bapt. at Rolleston 10 March 
1730; died at Arnold, co. 
Nottingham, 28 October 
1802, bur. at Basford. Will 
dated 10 June 1801, proved 
at York 5 May 1803 
(Vol. 147, fo. 158). 



=Elizabeth Gibson, dau. 
of Gervas Gibson of 
Upton, CO. Nottingham, 
by Mary his wife, and 
sister and heir of 
Gervas Gibson of 
Horncastle ; marr. at 
Upton 7 July 1762. 



Anne, bapt. at Rol- 
leston 1 7 February 
173^; marr. there 
II December 1759, 
George Dodson of St. 
Mary's, Nottingham. 



Joseph Jalland, 
bapt. at Rol- 
leston 26 Sep- 
tember 1736 ; 
bur. there 20 
Novemberi737. 



Gibson Jalland of Cheapside,=f=Elizabeth Strong, dau. of John 



Nottingham, and afterwards of 
Goose Gate, Nottingham ; bapt. 
at Rolleston 18 April 1768; died, 
aged 63, 5 August, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Nottingham, 1 1 August 
1831. Will dated 28 May 1831, 
proved 27 December 1831 
(P.C.C. 713 Tebbs). A 



Strong of Bingham, co. Notting- 
ham, by Ann his wife ; bapt. at 
Bingham 4 December 1768; 
marr. at Newark, co. Nottingham, 
27 April 1794; died, aged 77, 
5 June, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 11 June 1846. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XII., page s8.) 



Thomas Jalland, bapt. 
at Rolleston 2 June 
1770; died, aged 80, 
30 October 1850. 



Hannah Jalland, bapt. 
at Rolleston 2 June, 
bur. there 15 June 
1770. 



Joseph Jalland, died^Sarah, died, aged 32, 
3 September 1841, 3 February 18 13, 
bur. at St. Giles', Cam- bur. at St. Giles', 
berwell, co. Surrey. Camberwell. M.I. 
He married 2ndly. 



Ann, born at Upton ; 
married at Rolleston 
II December 1794, 
Thomas Knutton of 
Rolleston, farmer. 

A 



Hannah Jalland, bom 
at Sandy Lane (Wood- 
thorpe), Nottingham ; 
died, aged 83, 9 March 
1858. 



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Avebury. 

[Vol. 12, p. 64.] 



Pedigree of Ltibbock. 



Robert Lubbock of North Walsham,= 
CO. Norfolk. Will dated 6 . . . 
1493, proved 25 October 1493 
(Arch: of Norfolk). 



=Cecilia. Will dated 
25 June 1494, proved 
4 December 1494 
(Arch: of Norfolk). 



Robert Lubbock of 
North Walsham ; 
executor to his 
mother's will 4 De- 
cember 1494. Will 
dated 17 September 
1506, proved before 
1 5 10 (Arch: of 
Norfolk). 



Richard Lubbock,= 
executor to his 
father's will 25 
October 1493, 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 25 
June 1494; died 
before 1 7 Sep- 
tember 1506. 



Thomas Lubbock,= 
executor to wills 
of his father 25 
October 1493, 
and his mother 
4 December 1494; 
living 17 Septem- 
ber 1506. 



Alice, mentioned 
in her mother's 
will 4 December 
1494. 



A 



Thomas Lubbock of North Walsham,= 
cordwainer ; mentioned in will of his 
uncle Robert 17 September 1506. 
Will dated 18 June 1554, proved 11 
July 1554 (Arch: of Norfolk). 



=Joan, living 
in 1565. She 
married 2ndly 
John Briggs. 



Alice, mentioned 
in will of her 
uncle Robert 17 
September 1506. 



Isabel, mentioned 
in will of her 
uncle Robert 1 7 
September 1506. 



Nicholas Lubbock of North Walsham, cordwainer ;= 
bur. at North Walsham 2 December 1592. Will dated 
27 November 1592, proved 15 January 159I. 



=Katherine, living 
27 November 
1592. 



Alice, living 18 
June 1554; 

married Thomas 
Blake. =y 
A 



Sarah, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 27 November 
1592. 



I 
Dorothy, bapt. at North 
Walsham 28 October 
1565; married there 24 
June 1590, James King. 

A 



Edmund Lubbock of= 
North Walsham; bapt. at 
North Walsham 3 Feb- 
ruary i56|-; bur. there 
23 December 1605. Will 
dated 16 December 1605, 
proved 13 January i6of. 



=Margery Carryour, 
married at North 
Walsham 26 Sep- 
tember 1 59 1. 



Nicholas Lubbock, bapt. at 
North Walsham 9 August, 
bur. there 24 August 1592. 



Sarah Lubbock, bapt. at North 
Walsham 30 August 1593, bur. 
there 31 January following. 



Edmund Lubbock, bapt. at 
North Walsham 27 May 1595, 
bur. there 20 June following. 



Henry Lubbock, bapt. at North Walsham, co.=j=Elizabeth. 
Norfolk, 6 February 157I; mentioned in his 
father's will 27 November 1592. ^ 



Thomas Lubbock, bapt. at North 
Walsham 2 February 157^; bur. 
there 6 August 1592. 



Elizabeth Rant, dau. of William=f=Henry Lubbock of North Walsham,=Mary Worts, marr. 



Rant of North Walsham ; marr. 
at St. Edmund's, Norwich, 28 
February i6|^^; bur. at North 
Walsham 4 August 1624. ist 
wife. 



yeoman; bapt. at North Walsham 3 
June 1596; mentioned in his father's 
will 16 December 1605; bur. at North 
Walsham 28 June 1632. Will dated 27 
June 1632, proved 9 July 1632. 



at North Walsham 
July 1626 ; 



living 
1632. 



2 7 June 
2nd wife. 



Robert Lubbock of North Walsham, = 
worsted-weaver ; bapt. at North Walsham 
8 June 1621; mentioned in his father's 
will 27 June 1632; admitted to manor of 
North Walsham 10 October 1642; executor 
to will of his son Samuel 14 May 1688; 
died, aged 73, 14 June, bur. at North 
Walsham 16 June 1694. ISLL Will dated 
24 September 1693, proved 28 June 1694. 



=Dorothy Nilgress, 
marr. at North 
Walsham 27 Sep- 
tember 1644; bur. 
there 9 May 1704. 



Joseph Lubbock of Norwich, 
worsted-weaver ; baptised at 
North Walsham 5 October 
1623 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 27 June 1632; 
admitted to manor of North 
Walsham 10 October 1642; 
Freeman of Norwich 4 May 
1646. 



Anne, bur. at= 
North Walsham 
21 January 1 66f. 
I St wife. 



'Samuel Lubbock of North Walsham, mercer ;=f=Dorothy Guy, marriage licence 



bapt. at North Walsham 25 July 1645 '> 
died, aged 42, 23 January, bur. there 25 
January i68f. M.L Will dated 13 January 
1687^, proved at Norwich 14 May 1688, 
and in London 6 July 1688 (P.C.C. 96 



(Norwich) dated 30 March 
1685 ; bur. at North Walsham 
9 May 1704. She married 
istly William Spilman of North 
Repps, CO. Norfolk. 2nd wife. 



John Lubbock of North Walsham, gent; born at=f=Elizabeth Webster, dau. of William Webster 



North Walsham 3 January i66|; executor to his 
father's will 6 July 1688; mentioned in will of his 
grandfather 24 September 1693; died 4 August, 
bur. at North Walsham 6 August 1731. M.L 
Will dated 28 October 1730. 



of Calthorp, co. Norfolk, by Hannah his 
wife ; marr. at St. Simon and St. Jude's, 
Norwich, 2 June 1690; died, aged 41, 
23 December 1704, buried at North 
Walsham. M.L 



Samuel Lubbock of North Walsham ; 
bapt. at North Walsham 4 June 
1693; died, aged 44, 29 January, 
bur. at North Walsham i February 
i73f. M.L Will dated 25 January 
i73t- 



Elizabeth Lubbock, bapt. at North 
Walsham 4 February 169I ; 
mentioned in will of her brother 
William 11 June 1752 ; (?) bur. at 
Lammas, co. Norfolk, 4 April 1784. 



John Lubbock, 
bapt. at North 
Walsham 9 Jan- 
uary 169!, '^'^^• 
there 1 1 February 
following. 



73 



Nicholas Lubbock of Coltishall, co. Norfolk, worsted-weaver ; bapt.= 
at North Walsham, co. Norfolk, 13 October 1583; mentioned in his 
father's will 27 November 1592; bur. at Coltishall 28 November 
1642. Will dated 9 November 1642, proved 4 February 164I. 



=Anne Barret, dau. of 
Edmund Barret; bur. at 
Coltishall 4 May 1658. 



A 



Robert Lubbock, bapt. at North 
Walsham 4 June 1598; men- 
tioned in his father's will 16 
December 1605; bur. at North 
Walsham 4 July 161 7. 



William Lubbock, bapt. at North Walsham=j=Emma, living 
13 June 1599 ; mentioned in his father's will 6 December 
16 December 1605; bur. at North Walsham 1640. 
3 May 1 641. /\ 



Joseph Lubbock, bapt. at North=j=Anne Alexander, 
Walsham 18 April 1647; men- 
tioned in will of his brother 
Samuel 13 January 1687^; bur. 
at North Walsham 22 February 
i68|. Administration granted 27 
April 1688. A 



marr. at North 
Walsham 7 June 
1672 ; administra- 
trix to her husband 
27 April 1688. 



Daniel Lubbock, 
bapt. at North 
Walsham 29 
April 1650, bur. 
there i Septem- 
ber following. 



Robert Lubbock, 
bapt. at North 
Walsham 29 April 
1652, bur. there 
3 May following. 



Samuel Lubbock of St. Clement's, Norwich, worsted-weaver ;= 
born and bapt. at North Walsham 2 November 1678 ; mentioned 
in wills of his father 13 January 168^, and his grandfather 24 
September 1693 ; Freeman of Norwich 24 February i7of. 
Will dated 10 March i7f^j proved 17 February 173I. 



=Abigail Wigget, marr. at St. 
Peter's Hungate, Norwich, 
26 October 1708; executrix 
to her husband's will 17 
February 173I. 



Joseph Hambling=Abigail, marr. at Lammas, 
of St. Simon's, co. Norfolk, 25 September 
Norwich, living 11 1748, then aged 27 ; living 
June 1752. II June 1752. 



Benjamin Bell==Mary, marr. at Lammas 
of St. Clement's, 14 October 1750; living 11 
Norwich ; living June 1752. 
II June 1752. 



I 
John Lubbock of North Walsham ; bapt. at 
North Walsham 7 November 1697 ; died 30 
June, bur. at North Walsham 3 July 1742. M.L 
Will dated 22 May 1742, proved 6 July 1742 
(Cons : of Norwich). 



Hannah Lubbock, 
bapt. at North Wal- 
sham 1 1 September, 
bur. there 27 Sep- 
tember 1698. 



Mary Lubbock, bapt. 
at North Walsham 
13 September, bur. 
there 1 5 September 
1699. 



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Edmund Lubbock of North Walsham, co.=i=Emma, living 



Norfolk, worsted-weaver; bapt. at North 
Walsham 22 May 1600; mentioned in his 
father's will 16 December 1605 ; bur. at 
North Walsham 15 October 1631. Will 
dated 28 December 1630, proved 31 
October 1631. 



28 December 
1630. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at North Wal- 
sham 10 De- 
cember 1 60 1. 



I 

Sarah, mentioned in her father's 
will 28 December 1630. 



Sarah, bapt. at 
North Walsham 
8 January i6of ; 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
16 December 
1605. 



Anne, buried at=f-Nathaniel Lubbock of North Walsham,=-i=Elizabeth Starling, dau. and 



North Walsham 
27 October 1687. 
I St wife. 



A 



worsted-weaver ; bapt. at North Walsham 
19 April 1654; mentioned in wills of his 
brother Samuel 13 January i68y, and 
his father 24 September 1693. Will dated 
18 October 1704, proved 11 November 
1704. 



heir of Robert Starling of Wood 
Dalling, co. Norfolk ; aged 23 
in 1689; bur. at North Walsham 
20 November 1697. 2nd wife. 



A 



Rev. William Lubbock, Rector of Lammas, co. Norfolk ;= 
bapt. at North Walsham 17 January 170^; educated at 
Holt, CO. Norfolk, and at Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted 29 April 1717, B.A. (20th Wrangler) 172^, 
M.A. 1725, Scholar 1718-24, Fellow 1724-33; Rector 
of Bincombe, co. Dorset, 11 February 173!^, of Lammas 
and Little Hautbois 1738, and of Scottow, Vicar of Stalham 
1738-42, all CO. Norfolk; died, aged 54, 20 April, bur. in 
North Walsham Church 23 April 1754. M.L Will dated 
II June 1752, proved i June 1754 (Cons: of Norwich). 



'Elizabeth Cooper, dau. of Thomas 
Cooper of North Walsham, esquire, 
by Anne his wife ; marr. at Paston, 
CO. Norfolk, 26 October 1742; 
died, aged 45, 10 March, bur. in 
North Walsham Church 13 March 
1764. M.I. She married 2ndly 
William Pepper of St. Clement's, 
Norwich. 



Sir John Lubbock of St. James' Place, London, = 
baronet, merchant and banker; bapt. at Lammas 
20 August 1744; M.P. for Bossiney 30 May 1796, and 
for Leominster 7 July 1802 to September 181 2; created 
a baronet 9 April 1806; died, aged 72, at 23 St. James' 
Place, Westminster, 24 February, bur. at St. James', 
Westminster, i March 18 16. M.L {See ^^ Memorial 
Rings" page J2J.) Portrait at High Elms, co. Kent, 
in the possession of Lord Avebury. 



=Elizabeth Christiana Commerell, dau. 
of Frederick Commerell of Hanwell, 
CO. Middlesex; born 22 August 1752; 
marr. at St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, 
London, 12 October 1771; died, 
aged 94, at St, Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, 14 December 1846, bur. 
there. M.I. 



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William Lubbock of Lammas, co. Norfolk,= 
gent; bapt. at Lammas 6 July 1746; 
died, aged 77, 23 June 1823, bur. in 
North Walsham Church, co. Norfolk. M.L 



=Ann Woodrow, dau. and heir of Thomas Woodrow 
of Hautbois and Tunstead, co. Norfolk, esquire; 
marr. at Tunstead 7 October 1773; died, aged 27, 
at Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 30 November 1783, 
bur. in North Walsham Church. M.L 



Sir John William Lubbock of High Elms,= 
CO. Kent, baronet ; bapt. at Lammas 26 
August 1774 ; educated at Charterhouse; 
succeeded his uncle (by special remainder) 
as 2nd baronet 24 February 1816; M.P. 
for Leominster 9 October 181 2 to 29 
February 1820; died, aged 66, 22 Oc- 
tober, bur. at St. James', Westminster, 
29 October 1840. M.L Will dated 12 
June 1833, proved 13 November ii 
(P.C.C. 777 Ardefi). 



=T=Mary Entwisle, dau. 
of James Entwisle 
of Rusholme, co. 
Lancaster; marr. at 
Manchester i Au- 
gust 1799; died, 
aged 66, at High 
Elms, bur. at St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 9 January 
1845. 

A 



Thomas Lub- 
bock, bapt. 
at Lammas 
21 September 
1776 ; bur. 
there 7 Sep- 
tember 1787. 



Charles Lub- 
bock, bapt. at 
Lammas 29 Sep- 
tember 1777; 
died at Pisa, 
Italy, 12 De- 
cember, buried 
at Leghorn 19 
December 1797. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. XII., page 64.) 



Anna Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Lammas 2 January 
1779 ; died at Scar- 
borough, CO. York, 
4 March 1855. She 
married at Lammas 24 
September 1801, Hugh 
William Brown. 

A 



Maria Lubbock, Rev. William Jex Jex-Blake, Rector=j=Maria, bapt. 



bapt.atLammas ofGreat Hautbois, co. Norfolk; born 

12 March, bur. at Swanton Abbot, co. Norfolk, 23 

there 28 March November 1786; of Caius College, 

1780. Cambridge, admitted 25 April 1803, 

Scholar 1 804-11, B.A. 1808; Rector 

of Banningham, co. Norfolk, 25 July 

1814, and of Great Hautbois 23 

August 1827 ; J. P. for co. Norfolk : 

took the additional name of Jex 

25 August 1837 ; died at Lammas 

23 October 1857, bur. at Swanton 

Abbot. M.L Will dated 1 7 October 

1850, proved 18 December 1857 

(P.C.C. 873, 57). 



at Lammas 
1 7 November 
1782; marr. 
there 1 1 June 
181 1 ; died 2 7 
March 1857, 
bur. at Swan- 
ton Abbot. 
M.L 



A 



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Pedigree of IVollaston. 



Henry WoUaston of Perton, in= 
Tettenhall, co. Stafford, yeoman, 
2nd son of William WoUaston 
of Perton. 



. Elliott. 



/<. 



Richard WoUaston of= 
Bucklersbury, London, 
Citizen and Grocer ; 
bur. in the church of 
St. Bennet Sherehog, 
London. Will dated 

1 9 March i6of, proved 

20 September 1602 
(P.C.C. 61 Montague). 



=Margery Wase, sister of Chris- 
topher Wase of London, 
goldsmith; executrix to her 
husband's wiU 20 September 
1602. She married istly . . . 
Tyrrell, and 3rdly William 
Nodes of Theydon Bois, co. 
Essex, yeoman. 



Wollasto 

[Vol. 12, p. 7 



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Sarah Burgis, dau.=f=Henry WoUaston of St. Martin Orgar's,=j=Alice WoUaston, dau. of 



of William Burgis 
of Kippington, in 
Sevenoaks, co. 

Kent, clothier, by 
Alice his wife ; 
marr. at Sevenoaks 
I January i5|§; 
bur. at St. Martin 
Orgar's, London, 
ist wife. 



London, Citizen and Draper; bapt. at 
Tettenhall ; fined for Alderman 2 1 January 
161^; received Grant of Arms 10 July 
161 6; died 22 November 1616, bur. at 
St. Martin Orgar's. Will dated 21 Novem- 
ber 1616, proved 28 November 1616 
(P.C.C. 107 Cope). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Stafford 20 September 1618 (C. 367, 53). 



William WoUaston of Trescot 
Grange, in Penn, co. Stafford 
(eldest son of William Wol- 
laston of Perton) ; bur. at 
St. Martin Orgar's, London. 
She married istly . . . Smyth. 
2nd wife. 



/S 



A 

{For issue see page 81.) 



Richard WoUaston, 
mentioned in will of 
his uncle, Richard 
WoUaston, 19 March 
i6oy; died in Ireland 
before 28 November 
1616. 



William WoUaston of Shenton, co. Leicester, = 
and of Finborough, co. Suffolk, esquire ; born 
in November 1581 ; executor to his father's 
will 28 November 1616; Sheriff of co. Leicester 
1629, and of Stafford 1630; purchased Shenton 
6 February 162I, built the house there in 
1629; died, aged 86, 10 December, bur. at 
Shenton 13 December 1666, M.L WiU 
(undated) proved 20 May 1667 (P.C.C. 74 
Carr). 



=Anne Whitgreve, dau. 
of Humphrey Whitgreve 
of Bridgeford, co. Staf- 
ford ; died, aged 31, 
16 February, bur. at 
Shenton 18 February 
len. M.L 



Henry WoUaston of Finborough, esquire ; of=Elizabeth Keightley, dau. of Thomas 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; admitted to the Inner Keightley of Hertingfordbury, co. Hert- 
Temple 23 May 1639; died, aged 44, in London, ford, esquire; aged 38, 21 July 1663; 
10 March i66f, bur. at Shenton. M.I. WUl bur. at Everton, co. Bedford, 5 September 
dated 27 October 1660, proved 22 February i66| 1684. She married 2ndly Walter Gary of 
(P.C.C. 20 Hyde). Everton, esquire. 



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Edward WoUaston of=f=Elizabeth WoUaston, dau. of 
Perton in Tettenhall, William WoUaston of Trescot 
CO. Stafford ; aged 56, Grange, in Tettenhall ; (?) bur. 
15 December 1608. at Tettenhall 15 June 1609. 



Thomas Perry of Trescot, = 
in Tettenhall; living 19 
March i6oy. 



. Edlyn, died before=Sarah, married after 21 November 
15 April 1658. 1616; living 14 March i66f. 



-^\ 

Henry WoUaston, 
bur. at Waltham 
Abbey, co. Essex, 
14 August 1588. 



Philadelphia Vincent,= 
dau. of John Vincent, 
gent ; marr. at St. 
Ann's, Blackfriars, 
London, 15 December 
1614 ; died in 1615, 
bur. at St. Pancras,'co. 
Middlesex, ist wife. 



-Thomas WoUaston of Bretts, in-pSabina Aldrich, 



George WoUaston of Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; went 
as a soldier to the Low 
countries; died before 1667. 



West Ham, co. Essex, of Abbots 
Langley, co. Hertford, and On- 
cote, CO. Stafford, esquire; of 
St. John's CoUege, Cambridge; 
Filazer of Yorkshire ; mentioned 
in will of Hester BurneU 14 
March i66f ; died, aged 87, in 
April 1674, bur. at Shenstone, 
CO. Stafford. 



dau. of Sir 
George Aldrich, 
knight ; marr. 
at Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 
23 AprU i6i8. 
2nd wife. 



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Thomas WoUaston of Doxey, co. Stafford, gent;=j= 
received annuity under will of William WoUaston 
1666; living 20 April 1688. 



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hving 20 
April 1688. 



William WoUaston of Shenton, co. Leicester,- 
and of Finborough, co. Suffolk, esquire ; 
admitted to the Inner Temple i De- 
cember 1645; Sheriff of Leicester 1672; 
entered his pedigree in the Visitation of 
Leicester 4 August 1682, then aged 65; 
died 19 August, bur. at Shenton 21 August 
1688. Will dated 20 April 1688 and 17 
August 1688, proved 6 October 1688 
(P.C.C. 144 Exfon). 



=EHzabeth Cave, dau. 
and heir of Francis 
Cave of Ingarsby, co. 
Leicester, esquire, by 
Rebecca his wife, dau. 
of Robert Roper of 
Heanor, co. Derby, 
esquire ; bur. at Shen- 
ton 28 March 171 7. 
M.L 



Richard WoUaston, bapt. 
and bur. at Shenton 27 
January 162^. M.L 



John WoUaston, bapt. at 
Shenton 27 January 162^, 
bur. there i February 
following. M.L 



Sir John Chester of Chicheley, co. Buckingham, =j=Anne, bapt. at Shenton 



baronet ; bom 24 June, bapt. at Chicheley 
6 July 1666 ; succeeded his father as 4th 
baronet 15 February 169I; rebuilt Chicheley 
Hall 1 699-1 704; died 6 February, bur. at 
Chicheley 16 February 172^. He married 
2ndly Frances, dau. of Sir William Noel, and 
baronet, and widow of Sir Charles Skrimshire, 
knight. /K 



13 May 1661 ; marr. 
there 2 November 
1686; died 3 October, 
bur. at Chicheley 1 1 
October 1704. M.L 



William WoUaston, 
born 27 August 
1662, baptised at 
Measham,co. Derby, 
3 AprU 1663 ; died 
13 ]\Iay 1664, bur. 
at Measham. M.L 



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William Wollaston of Perton, in=f=Eleanor (Greene), marr. at Codsall, co. Stafford, 19 February 



Tettenhall, co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
bur. at Tettenhall 5 April 1629. 
Will dated 16 January i62f, 
proved 5 September 1629 (P.C.C. 
79 Ridley). 



16^; executrix to her husband's will 5 September 1629; 
bur. at Codsall 28 September 1674. Will dated 15 Feb- 
ruary 167I, proved 10 February 167I (P.C.C. 26 Bence). 
She married istly . . . 

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Robert Jason of Enfield,=f=Frances, living 



CO. Middlesex, esquire. 
Administration granted 
29 July 1634, to Robert 
Jason, son (P.C.C.) 
(?) Married istly Susan, 
dau. and heir of John 
Lion. 



January i63|-. 



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Sir William Terry of Stoke= 
Newington, co. Middlesex, 
knight, Citizen and Draper ; 
born at Osmaston, co. Derby ; 
knighted at Enfield 23 Sep- 
tember 1624; died in October 
1626, bur. at St. Clement's, 
Eastcheap, London. Will dated 
15 November 1625 and 5 Oc- 
tober 1626, proved 18 October 
1626 (P.C.C. 139 Hele\ /^ 



=Judith, died 24 
September 1620, 
buried at St. 
Clement's, East- 
cheap, London. 



William Wollaston, born 2 7=j=Elizabeth Downes of Coton 



October 1634 ; mentioned 
in will of his cousin, Wil- 
liam Wollaston, 20 April 
1688; died at Lichfield, 
CO. Stafford, 10 March 
169^, bur. at Shenstone, 
CO. Stafford. Will dated 
7 October 1691, proved 
at Lichfield 29 October 
1692. 



Clanford, co. Stafford ; 
born 27 December 1628; 
marr. circa 1657 ; men- 
tioned in will of William 
Wollaston 20 April 1688; 
died 24 September 1707, 
bur. at Shenstone. Will 
dated 2 September 1702, 
proved at Lichfield 22 
February i7o|^. 



Elizabeth Wollaston, 
died in 1666, bur. at 
Shenstone. 



Philadelphia Wollas- 
ton. Will dated 6 
May 1706, proved at 
Lichfield 6 August 
1713- 



Lucy, married 
before 14 March 
i66f, Clement 
Manistey, who 
was living 14 
March i66f. 



Henry Wollaston of 
Lichfield, mercer ; 
bapt. at Shenstone 
23 March i6f| ; 
died at Chester in 
1694. 



Rev. William= 
Wollaston of 
Shenton, co. 
Leicester. 



=Catherine 
Charlton. 



{^For issue see page 82.) 



Thomas Wollaston of 
Lichfield ; bapt. at 
Seighford, co. Stafford, 
17 March 166 J ; 
bur. at Shenstone 
19 April 1712. He 
married and had 
issue. 



Sarah Wollaston, 
bapt. at Seigh- 
ford 29 May 
1663. Adminis- 
tration granted 
12 September 
1727. 



I 
John Wollaston, bapt. 
at Shenstone 28 Sep- 
tember 1665, bur. there 
16 May following. 



Edward Wollaston, 
bapt. at Shenstone 
7 April 1667 ; bur. 
there i August 1685. 



Joseph Wollaston, 
bapt. at Shenstone 
17 June 1669; died 
in 1697. 



Elizabeth Wollaston, 
bapt. at Seighford 4 
May 167 1 ; bur. there 
6 March 169!. 



John Wilkins of Ravenstone, co. Leicester; Sheriff of=7=Rebecca, aged 19 in August 1682; 



CO. Leicester 1693; M.P. for co. Leicester 21 July i 
to April 1708; executor to his wife's will 10 December 
1 7 18; died 19 February, bur. at Ravenstone 25 February 
i72y. Will dated 5 February 171^ and 7 July 1724, 
proved 14 April 1727 (P.C.C. 102 Farrant). 



marr. before 20 April 1688; died 
7 July, bur. at Ravenstone 12 July 
1 7 18. Will dated 24 January 17 if, 
proved 10 December 17 18 (P.C.C. 
249 Tenison). 



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Sir John Wollaston of Highgate, co. Middlesex, knight,= 
Citizen and Goldsmith and Alderman of London ; Sheriff 
1638, Alderman of Farringdon Without 5 February 163I; 
knighted at Hampton Court 3 December 1641; Lord Mayor 
1643; appointed Sole Refiner of the Mint 27 October 
1624; Governor of Charterhouse (1653) and of Sir Roger 
Cholmely's School 28 May 1630; Colonel of the Yellow 
(3rd) Trained Bands; President of Christ's Hospital 1649 ; 
Founded Almhouses at Highgate; entered his pedigree 
1639; died 26 April, bur. at Highgate 29 April 1658. 
Will dated 15 April 1658, proved 14 May 1658 (P.C.C. 
248 Wotton). 



=Rebecca Greene, dau. and coheir 
of Edward Greene of St. John 
Zachary, London, Citizen and 
Goldsmith, by Anne his wife ; 
born in St. Matthew's, Friday 
Street, London ; marr. before 2 1 
November 1616; executrix to her 
husband's will 14 May 1658; bur. 
at Highgate i June 1660. Will 
dated 13 May 1659, proved 20 
August 1660 (P.C.C. 213 Nabbs). 



Henry Wollaston, Citizen and Haberdasher of London; Keeper=Elizabeth, died 21 December, 
of Newgate in October 1638; admitted a poor brother of bur. at St. Mary Woolnoth, 
Charterhouse in 1663; died, aged circa 76, in Charterhouse London, 27 December 1655. 
25 December 1669. Administration granted 21 January i6f§ 
(P.C.C.) 



William Wilkins of= 
Cole-Orton, co. 
Leicester; living 25 
April 1658; died 
before 1672. 



=Elizabeth, marr. at 
Tettenhall, co. Staf- 
ford, 5 October 
1636 ; living 15 
February i67f. 




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Thomas Bach of Oken, in Codsall,=Judith, bapt. at Tettenhall 23 June="John Traunton 
CO. Stafford, gent; marr. at Tettenhall 1625; executrix to her mother's will of Oken, gent. 
29 December 1656; living 15 Feb- 10 February 167I ; died 10 December 2nd husband. 
ruary 167!. ist husband. 1705, bur. in Codsall Church. M.I. 



Alice, married Samuel Middlemore of St. Clement's, Eastcheap,= 

before 21 No- London, Citizen and Clothworker ; admitted to 

vember 161 6, the Freedom of the Clothworker's Company in 

Richard Grey, 1603; executor to the will of Henry Wollaston 

Citizen and 28 November 1616; bur. at St. Clement's, 

Hosier of Lon- Eastcheap. Will dated 22 October 1628, proved 

don. =^ 28 October 1628 (P.C.C. 87 Barrington). 

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=Sarah, married at Waltham 
Abbey, co. Essex, 5 Oc- 
tober 161 2; died before 
22 October 1628, bur. in 
St. Clement's, Eastcheap. 



Henry Wollaston, died 
in infancy, bur. at 
Shenton 26 May 1666. 



Elizabeth Wollaston, born and 
bapt. at Shenton 28 March, 
bur. there 14 June 1667. 



Francis Wollaston, born 2 July, 
bapt. at Shenton 23 July 1668; 
died 20 November 1684, bur. at 
Waltham Abbey. M.L 



80 



Sarah Burgis, dau.=[=Henry Wollaston of St. Martin=i=Alice Wollaston, 



of William Burgis. 



Orgar's, London, Citizen and 
Draper. 

^ {See page 77.) 



dau. of William 
Wollaston. 



Henry Wollaston= 
of Fishers, in 
W^altham Abbey, 
CO. Essex, esquire; 
entered his pedi- 
gree in the Visita- 
tion of Essex 
1664 ; bur. at 
Waltham Abbey 
17 February i6y§. 



=Ursula Foxe, dau. of 
Dr. Samuel Foxe of 
Warlies, in Waltham 
Abbey (eldest son of 
John Foxe, the Mar- 
tyrologist, by Anne 
Leveson his wife); marr. 
at Waltham Abbey 29 
April 161 7; bur. there 
II April 1670. 



Thomas Burnell of Great= 
Stanmore, co. Middlesex, 
Citizen and Clothworker ; 
entered his pedigree in the 
Visitation of London 1633; 
bur. at All Hallows' Bark- 
ing, London. Will dated 
5 July and 19 August 
1 66 1, proved 2 October 
1 66 1 (P.C.C. 150 May). 



I 
=H ester, marr. before 
21 November 1616; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 2 October 
1 66 1. Will dated 14 
March i66f and 
17 May 1664, proved 
15 October 1664 
(P.C.C. 109 Bruce). 



Edward Wollaston of the Inner Temple, London, esquire ; 
born 15 June, bapt. at Waltham Abbey 27 June 162 1 ; of 
the Inner Temple, admitted 28 June 1639; died in 1651. 
Administration granted 12 February 165^ (P.C.C.) 



Anne, born 18 February, bapt. at 
W^altham Abbey 27 February 
i62f ; marr. there 24 April 1645, 
Adam Edwards, gent. 



Henry Wollaston= 
of Fishers, in 
Waltham Abbey, 
esquire; born 15 
February, bapt. at 
Waltham Abbey 
23 February 162^ ; 
bur. at Waltham 
Abbey 21 March 
167I. 



=Anne Boteler, dau. of 
Oliver Boteler of Harrold, 
CO. Bedford, esquire; bapt. 
at Harrold 18 December 
1635 ; married in 1654. 



Ursula, bapt. at 
Waltham Abbey 
17 April 1628; 
(?) married Henry 
Barrington. 



Thomas Wollaston, bapt. 
at Waltham Abbey 18 
September 1629 ; bur. 
there 3 September 1632. 



Rowland Beresford,=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
(?) eldest son of John | Waltham Abbey 31 
Beresford of London, I December 1630; 
Citizen and Grocer; marr. there 23 
aged 7 in 1634. | November 1648. 

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Samuel Wollaston, 
bapt. at Waltham 
Abbey 30 August 
1632. 



Ursula Wollaston, 
bapt. at Harrold 
27 September 1655. 



Henry Wollaston, 
born 25 July 1656; 
died in infancy. 



Judith Wollaston, 
bur. at Waltham 
Abbey 7 September 
1658. 



Henry Wollaston of Fishers, 
in Waltham Abbey, esquire ; 
bapt. at Waltham Abbey 
I April 1660; mentioned in 
will of Hester Burnell 14 
March i66f ; living in 1684. 



Richard Wollaston, bapt. 
at W^altham Abbey 19 
December 1662 ; bur. 
at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, 
London, 23 March 167I. 



Oliver Wollaston, 
bapt. at Waltham 
Abbey 30 April 
1665. 



Thomas Wollaston of 
London, upholsterer ; 
bapt. at Waltham 
Abbey 8 November 
1666. 



. . . Wollaston, bur. 
at Waltham Abbey 
2 December 1668. 



Pedigree of Wollaston of Fmborongh, co. Suffolk, and of 

Shenton, co. Leicester. 



Rev. William Wollaston of Shenton, co. Leicester; born at Coton= 
Clanford, co. Stafford, 26 March 1660; of Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, admitted pensioner iS June 1674, B.A. 1677; M.A. 1681 ; 
Assistant Schoolmaster at Birmingham 1682 ; succeeded to Shenton 
and Finborough under the will of his cousin, William Wollaston, 19 
August 1688; died at his house in Charterhouse Square, London, 
20 October, bur. at Great Finborough, co. Suffolk, 5 November 1724. 
M.L Will dated 8 July 1724, proved 10 November 1724 (P.C.C. 259 
Bolton). Author of " Religion of Nature Delineated." {See ''Dictionary 
of National Biography;' Vol. LXIL, page 310). 



Catherine Charlton, 
dau. and coheir of 
Nicholas Charlton, 
Citizen and Draper 
of London ; marr, 
26 November 1689; 
died, aged 50, 21 
July 1720, bur. at 
Great Finborough. 
M.L 



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Charlton Wollaston of 
Charterhouse Square, 
London ; born 8 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 11 September 
1690 ; of Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambridge ; 
executor to his father's 
will 10 November 1 724; 
died at Radwell, co. 
Hertford, 6 August 
1729, bur. at Great 
Finborough. Will 

(undated) proved 27 
August 1729 (P.C.C. 
238 Abbott). 



William Wollaston of Finborough ;=|=Elizabeth Fauquier, 2nd dau. 

of John Francis Fauquier of 
Rich's Court, Lime Street, 
London, Deputy-Master of the 
Mint and a Governor of the 
Bank of England ; marr. at 
the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 
6 April 1728, marriage settle- 
ments dated 5 April; executrix 
to her husband's will 2 July 
1757; died, aged 58, 5 July 
1 764, bur. at Great Finborough. 
Will dated 19 December 
1763, proved 10 July 1764, 
by William Wollaston, son 
(P.C.C. 291 Simpson). 



born at Charterhouse Square, London, 
26 April, bapt. at St. Botolph's, Aiders- 
gate, 9 May 1693; of Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 25 
April 1 7 10, B.A. 1 7 13; executor to 
will of his brother Charlton 27 August 
1729; M.P. for Ipswich 29 January 
173I to April 1 741; died 20 June 
1757, bur. at Great Finborough. 
Will dated 26 February 1754 and 18 
February 1755, proved 2 July 1757 
(P.C.C. 235 Herring.) 



William Wol- William Wollaston of Finborough and= 
laston, died Shenton, esquire ; born i February 
in infancy. i73f; admitted to Bury St. Edmunds 
School in January 174I; High Sheriff 
for CO. Suffolk 1766; M.P. for Ipswich 
16 March 1768 to 25 March 1784; 
Colonel East Suffolk Militia ; died, aged 
66, at Bath, co. Somerset, 10 November 
1797, bur. at Great Finborough. Will 
dated 13 November 1795, proved 23 
December 1797 (P.C.C. 776 Exeter). 



=Blanche Page, dau. 
of Robert Hyde 
Page, esquire, by 
Blanche Devereux 
his wife ; died at 
Bath 13 February 
1809. Administra- 
tion granted 1 2 May 
1809, to Sir Thomas 
Hyde Page, knight, 
brother (P.C.C.) 



Francis Wol- 
laston, born in 
January 173^; 
admitted to 
Bury School in 
January 1 74I ; 
died in Bengal, 
India, in 1755. 



Hon"^'^ William Richard Chetwynd, marr. in=Elizabeth, born i3==Jeffery Thompson, M.D. 
St. James' Square, London, 13 March 1753; March 173!; died 2nd husband. 
died in February 1765. ist husband. 2 June 1795. 



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Francis WoUaston of= 
Charterhouse Square, 
London ; born at Char- 
terhouse Square 6 June, 
bapt. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London, 13 
June 1694; of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, LL.B. 1717 ; 
F.R.S. 1723 ; died 27 
December 1774. Will 
dated 2oDecember 1773, 
proved 11 January 1775 
(P.C.C. 34 Alexander). 



=Mary Fauquier, eldest 
dau. of John Francis 
Fauquier of Rich's Court, 
Lime Street, London, 
Deputy Master of the 
Mint and a Governor of 
the Bank of England ; 
born 24 May 1702; 
marr. 19 November 1728, 
marriage settlements 

dated 18 November; 
died 9 December 1773, 
bur. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London. 



William Pym of= 
Nortonburyand 
Radwell, co. 
Hertford ; died, 
aged 40, I May 
1723, bur. at 
Radwell. 



Catherine, born 18 July, 
bapt. at St. Botolph's, 
London, 23 July 1695; 
marr. 8 July 17 19; 
executrix to will of her 
sister Bethiah 21 July 
1726; mentioned in will 
of her brother-in-law 
Samuel Dixon 21 Feb- 
ruary 173!; died 27 
February 175^, bur. at 
Radwell. 



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William Heberden of Windsor, co. Berks, M.D., F.R.S. ; born i3=f=Mary, born 6 January 



August 1 7 10; educated at St. Saviour's Grammar School, admitted 
17 June 17 1 7, and at St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 23 
December 1724, B.A. 1728; M.A. 1732; M.D. 1739; Fellow 1731-52; 
F.R.C.P. 1746; F.R.S. I February 174!; died in Pall Mall, London, 
17 May 1801, bur. at Windsor. M.I. Will dated 10 March 1797 
and April 1799, proved 6 June 1801 (P.C.C. 390 Abercrombie). 
Portrait by Sir William Beechy in the Royal College of Physicians. 
{See '■'Dictionary of National Biography^' Vol. XXV., page JSp). 
He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of John Martin of Overbury, co. 
Worcester. /t\ 



i7f§5 marr. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 19 January 
1760; executrix to 
her husband's will 
6 June 1801 ; died, 
aged 83, 22 February 
1 8 13. 2nd wife. 



(For issue see Vol. VIII., page 163.) 



Mary Ray, dau. of= 
Orbell Ray, Alderman 
of Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, by Mary 
his I St wife; bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 23 Septem- 
ber 1735 ; marr. at St. 
Margaret's, Ipswich, 1 2 
January 1758; died, 
aged 23, 27 September 
1758, bur. in Great 
Finborough Church, 
CO. Suffolk. I St wife. 



=Rev. Frederick Wollaston, LL.D., Prebendary of= 
Peterborough; born 14 July 1735; admitted to 
Bury St. Edmunds School in September 1741, 
of Clare Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1759; Lecturer 
at St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 1759-78, Rector 
of Debden, co. Suffolk, 3 October 1769 to 1793, 
of Woolverstone, co. Suffolk, and of Peakirk-cum- 
Glinton, co. Northampton ; Prebendary of Peter- 
borough, Chaplain to the King ; died, aged 66, at 
Bristol 9 March 1801, bur. in Clifton Chapel, 
CO. Gloucester. M.I. at Great Finborough. Will 
dated 12 December 1797 to 16 February 1801, 
proved 9 April 1801 (P.C.C. 275 Abercrombie). 



Frederick Wollaston, died 
21 November 1758, bur. in 
Great Finborough Church. 



=Priscilla Ottley, 
dau. of Drewry 
Ottley of St. 
Kitts, West In- 
dies ; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 26 May 
1761 ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 9 April 1801; 
died, aged 77, 
at Bury St. Ed- 
munds 20 May 
1818. 2nd wife. 



Colonel Frederick William Wollaston 
and of Osbaston Hall, co. Leicester ; 
1762; Cornet 7th Light Dragoons i 
Captain 1787, Lieut.-Colonel 22nd 
I May 1794, Colonel i January 1800 
for CO. Leicester, High Sheriff 1807 
Hill House, Wandsworth, co. Surrey, 



of Shenton Hall=Lucy Strachey, dau. of Sir Henry 
born 2 October Strachey of Sutton Court, co. Somerset, 
December 1779, ist baronet, by Jane his wife, only dau. 
Light Dragoons of John Kelsall of Greenwich, co. 
; J.P. and D.L. Kent; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
; died at West Square, London, 29 July 1817 ; died, 
13 August 1849. aged 81, in Onslow Square, Kensington, 
London, 10 March 1863. 

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Anne Shipman, dau. of Francis=rNicholas Wollaston of Deal, co.=Mary Middleton, marr. 
"■ ' ' '- • > - _. o. after 30 November 

1763; executrix to her 
husband's will 27 Feb- 
ruary 1773 ; died before 
12 February 1820. 
2nd wife. 



Shipman ; marr. at the Chapel 
Royal, Whitehall, London, 20 
January i72f ; died before 
30 November 1763. ist wife. 



Kent, esquire ; bapt. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 30 
July 1696; died in 1 772. Will dated 
30 November 1763, proved 27 
February 1773 (P.C.C. 88 Stevens). 



Anne, married after 30 November 
1763, Captain Johnston. 



Rev. Francis Wollaston, Rector of Chislehurst, co. Kent; bapt. 
at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 24 November 1731; of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge, matriculated June 1748, LL.B. 1754; 
of Lincoln's Inn 24 November 1750; Rector of Dengie, co. 
Essex, 1758, Rector and Vicar of East Dereham, co. Norfolk, 
1 761, Rector of Chislehurst 4 August 1769, and of St. Vedast, 
Foster Lane, and St. Michael-le-Quern, London, 19 April 1779; 
Canon of St. David's 1774; F.R.S. 13 April 1769; administrator 
to his wife 23 June 1798; died 31 October, bur. at Chislehurst 
7 November 181 5. M.L Author of various Astronomical papers 
and other works. {See ^^ Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. LXII., page 307.) 



=Althea Hyde, dau. of John 
Hyde of Charterhouse 
Square, London ; born 2 1 
January 1 7-|^ ; marr. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, 1 1 
May 1758; died 8 June 
1798, bur. at Chislehurst. 
Will dated 11 May 1797. 
Administration was granted 
23 June 1798 (P.C.C. 451 
Walpole). 



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Rev. William Panchen, Rector of St. Mary's, Huntingdon ;==Mary Hyde, born 29 January 

educated at St. Paul's School, admitted 16 January 1759, and 1760, bapt. at St. Botolph's, 

at Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 3 July 1769, aged 17, Aldersgate; marr. 14 April 

Scholar 1771; B.A. (7th Junior Opt.) 1774; M.A. 1777; 1803; died 20 May 1843, 

Rector of Wood Walton, co. Huntingdon, 30 July 1779, Vicar bur. at Huntingdon. 
of St. Mary's, Huntingdon, 7 April 1803; died (on his 67th 
birthday) at Huntingdon circa July 1827. 



Samuel Wollaston, Patent Customer of Ipswich; bom 15 October 1736; admitted to Bury 
St. Edmunds School July 1744; Lieutenant and Captain ist Foot Guards 12 November 1757, 
Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 31 January 1771; died, aged 62, 26 July 1798, bur. at Great 
Finborough, co. Suffolk. M.I. 



George Wollaston, educated 
at Bury St. Edmunds and 
at Clare Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1785 ; Lieut.-Colonel 
West Suffolk Militia; died, 
aged 69, in London, 7 July 
1833, buried at Great 
Finborough. 



Vice-Admiral Charles Wollaston, R.N. ; born i October, bapt. 
at St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 11 November 1767; 
entered the Royal Navy 24 November 1781, Lieutenant 1790, 
Commander 1796, Captain i January 1801, Rear-Admiral on 
the retired list 22 July 1830, Vice-Admiral 23 November 
1841 ; died at 116 Northgate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, 
19 February 1845, bur. at Great Finborough. M.I. 



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Bethiah Wollaston of Charterhouse Square, London; born 15 September, bapt. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London, 18 September 1697; died, aged 29, 13 July 1726, bur. at Great 
Finborough, co. Suffolk. Will dated 20 May 1725, proved 21 July 1726 (P.C.C. 155 Plymouth). 



I 
I 

Charlton Wollaston of Bury St. Edmunds,= 
CO. Suffolk, M.D., F.R.S. ; born 23 May 
1733 J <^f Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, M.B. 1753, M.D. 1758; F.R.S. 
1756; Physician to the Queen's House- 
hold; died 26 July 1764, bur. at Eltham, 
CO. Kent. Will dated 18 September 1761, 
with codicil dated i December 1762, proved 
7 August 1764 (P.C.C. 332 Simpsofi). 



=PhilIis Byam, dau. of Samuel Byam of Antigua, 
West Indies, by Grace his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Colonel Edward Warner of Eltham ; born at 
Eltham 18 November, bapt. there 24 November 
1736; marr. at St. James's, Westminster, 28 Feb- 
ruary 1758; executrix to her husband's will 
7 August 1764; died, aged 93, at Dorchester, 
CO. Dorset, 2 February 1829, bur. at Moreton, 
CO. Dorset. M.L She married 2ndly James 
Frampton of Moreton. 



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Rev. Thomas Heberden, Canon of Exeter (son of William Heberden, by=|=Althea Hyde, born 



Mary Wollaston his wife, see page 8j) ; born 28 September, bapt. at 
Overbury, co. Worcester, 3 October 1754; Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. (9th Wrangler) 1775; M.A. 1778; Vicar of Bishop's 
Nympton, co. Devon, 1782, Rector of Whimple, co. Devon, 1786, 
Prebendary of Exeter 1778, and of Chichester 1784, Canon of Exeter; 
died, aged 89, at Whimple 17 October, bur. in Exeter Cathedral 25 
October 1843. Will dated 26 December 1842 and 28 January 1843, 
proved 20 November 1843 (P.C.C. 771, 43). He married zndly Mary, 
daughter of Joseph Martin of Ham Court, co. Worcester. /f\ 



8 December 1760 ; 
marr. 19 December 
1784 ; died at 
Exeter 6 October, 
bur. in Exeter 
Cathedral 10 Oc- 
tober 1786. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. /A'., pages 57 and ^8.) 



Rev. Edward Bourchier, Rector of= 
Bram field, co. Hertford ; of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1761; 
M.A. 1764; died 14 December 
1785, bur. in the chancel of Bram- 
field Church. Will dated 5 January 
1780, proved 17 January 1786 
(P.C.C. 5 Norfolk). 



'Catherine, born 6 September 1738 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 15 June 1769, marriage settle- 
ments dated 14 June; executrix to her husband's will 
17 January 1786; died, aged 62, at Reading, co. Berks, 
in February 1801, bur. at Bramfield. Will dated 29 
September 1791. Administration granted 16 April 
1 80 1, to the Rev. Edward Bourchier, son (P.C.C. 220 
Abercrombie). 



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Rev. Henry John Wollaston, Rector of Scotter, co. Lincoln ;=f Louisa Symons, dau. of William 



born 13 August, bapt. at St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 
27 September 1770; educated at Bury St. Edmunds and at 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, admitted 25 June 1788, 
B.A. (14th Wrangler) 1792; M.A. (St. Catherine's) 1795; 
Rector of Paston, co. Northampton, 22 January 1800, and of 
Scotter 5 August 1803 ; Chaplain to the King 1797 ; died at 
Scotter 27 October 1833, bur. there. Will dated 24 March 
1829, proved 22 February 1834 (P.C.C. 128 Teignmouth). 



Symons of Bury St. Edmunds, 
by Catherine his wife ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
5 July 1803, marriage licence 
(Sudbury) dated 4 July, then 
aged 19; died, aged 49, at 
Scotter Rectory, 10 April 1833. 



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John Wollaston, LL.B. ; bapt. at S' Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London, 22 December 1698; LL.B. 
(Cambridge) 1717; died, aged 21, 21 November 
1720, bur. at Great Finborough, co. Suffolk. 



Theophilus Wollaston, born i August 
1700; died 17 January, bur. at S' Benet's, 
Paul's Wharf, London, 18 January 170^. 



Catharine Wollaston, born 16 December, 
died 22 December 1734. 



William Henry Wollaston, born 5 December 
1737 ; died 11 September 1759. 



Charlton Byam 
Wollaston, born 
I April, bapt. at 
St. James', Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 14 May 
1759; died in 
January 1760. 



Evelyn Shirley of^ 
Ettington, co. 
Warwick, esquire ; 
born 17 December 
1756 ; succeeded 
his brother 15 
March 1793 ; died 
in Hereford Street, 
London, 1 7 May 
1810. /t\ 



=Phillis Byam, born 
5 October 1763 ; 
marr. at Moreton, 
CO. Dorset, 3 July 
1781 ; died at Cliff 
House, Dorches- 
ter, CO. Dorset, 22 
June 1836. 



Charlton Byam Wollaston of 
Dorchester; born 16 February 
1765; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1786; M.A. 
1789 ; of the Middle Temple, 
Barrister-at-Law 1806 ; J. P. for co. 
Dorset and Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions ; died at Dorchester 21 
February 1840. 



Ven'''' Francis John Hyde Wollaston, Archdeacon of Essex ; born in Charter-= 
house Square, London, 13 April, bapt. at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 
19 April 1762; admitted Scholar of Charterhouse 11 April 1776; of Sidney 
Sussex College, Cambridge, admitted 5 May 1779, Scholar 1780, B.A. 
(Senior Wrangler) 1783; Fellow of Trinity Hall 21 October 1785 ; M.A. 1786; 
B.D. 1795; Jackson Professor of Natural Philosophy 1792; Master of 
Sidney Sussex 1807-1808; Prebendary of St. Paul's 6 July 1802; Rector 
of Cold Norton, co. Essex, 12 May 1813; Archdeacon of Essex 14 December 
18 13; Rector of East Dereham, co. Norfolk, 2 December 1815 ; Vicar of 
South Weald, co. Essex, 1794; died at the house of his brother William 
12 October 1823, bur. at South Weald. M.L {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. LXIL, page jo8.) 



=Frances Hayles, 
marr. at St. 
Botolph's, Cam- 
bridge, 13 Au- 
gust 1793 ; died 
8 October 1804. 



Rev. John William Trevor, Chancellor of Bangor ; of St. John's=j=Frances Althea, born 



College, Cambridge, B.A. 181 7 ; Vicar of Llanbeblig, co. Carnarvon, 
6 March 1819 to 1835 ; Treasurer of Bangor Cathedral 18 March 1833 j 
Rector of Llanbeulan with Ceirchiog, Llanerchymedd, Llanvaelog 
and Llechylched, co. Anglesea, 6 February 1835, Canon of Bangor 
and Chancellor of the diocese i860. Rural Dean of Llifon; J. P. for 
CO. Carnarvon and Anglesea ; died, aged 70, at Llanvaelog Rectory 
17 September 1864. ^/^ 



14 October 1796 ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 31 March 
1819 ; died 15 March 
1830. 



Henry Wollas- 
ton, (?) born 22 
August 1740 ; 
died in infancy. 



Robert Wollaston of=Judith Hatley, marr. at St. Matthew's, ^Liry, mar- 
Ipswich, esquire ; born Ipswich, 21 May 1770; died, aged ried Thomas 
76, in Upper Seymour Street, Mulcaster. 



in 1 74 1 ; died, aged T,h 
14 June 1774, bur. 
at Great Finborough. 
Administration granted 
30 June 1774 (RC.C.) 



London, 25 January 1824. She 
married 2ndly Robert Laurie of Max- 
welton, CO. Dumfries, 5th baronet. 



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Samuel Dixon of Charter— 
house Square, London, 
esquire ; died, aged 45, 
15 February i7x§, bur. at 
Great Finborough, co. 
Suffolk. Will dated 21 
February 173I-, proved 
in February lyff (P.C.C. 
38 Browne). 



=Anne, born 9 September 
1702 ; marriage settlements 
dated 29 March 1725 ; execu- 
trix to will of her sister, 
Bethiah, 21 July 1726; died 
26 January 1756, bur. at 
Great Finborough. Will dated 
15 June 1 75 1 and 14 April 
1755, proved 10 February 
1756 (P.C.C. 33 Glazier). 



Richard WoUaston, born 10 August 
1705; died II November following, 
bur. at St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London. 

Elizabeth Wollaston, born 13 July 
1707, bapt. at St. Sepulchre's, 
London ; died, aged 16, 14 February 
172!, bur. at Great Finborough. 



Rev. George Wollaston of Richmond, co. Surrey, D.D. 
26 October 1738; educated at Charterhouse; Fellow of 
Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1758 ; M.A. 1761 ; 
D.D. from Queens' 1774; F.R.S. 17 February 1763; Chaplain to 
the King; Rector of Stratford, co. Suffolk, 1764, of Dengie, co. Essex, 
December 1762, and of St. Mary Aldermary, London, 28 March 
1774 to 1790; died at Greenside, Richmond, 14 February 1826. 



born=f=Elizabeth Palmer, dau. 
Sidney | of Charles Palmer of 
Thurnscoe Hall, co. 
York; marr. 16 June 
1765 ; died 24 April 
1784, bur. at Richmond. 
M.I. 



Rev. James Cowe, Vicar of Sunbury, co. Middlesex ;=Elizabeth Palmer, bom 
J. P. for the counties of Middlesex and Surrey; Vicar 17 April 1766 ; marr. 
of Sunbury 30 July 1790; died, aged 79, at Sunbury 4 September 1786. 
8 March 1842, bur. there. 



Charlotte Hyde Wol- 
laston, born 6 June 
1 763 ; died at Eltham, 
CO. Kent, 17 Septem- 
ber 1835, bur. at 



Katharine Hyde 
Wollaston, born 
18 June 1764 ; 
died at Eltham 27 
November 1844, 



Chislehurst, co. Kent. bur.atChislehurst. 



George Hyde Wollaston=f=Mary Ann Luard, dau. 



of Clapham Common, 
CO. Surrey; born 10 July 
1765 ; died 25 August 
1841. 



of William Luard ; marr. 
23 October 1796; died, 
aged 38, 16 September 
1817. 



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Rev. Henry Riddell Moody, Rector of Chartham,= 
CO. Kent, 21 October 1822 ; Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury 1864 ; died, aged 81, at Chartham 
Rectory 16 March 1873. 



=Althea Jane, born 18 June 1798 ; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 29 October 181 9; 
died, aged 81, at 98 Grosvenor Road, 
London, 29 May 1881. 



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William Hyde Wollaston, M.D., 
F.R.S. ; born at East Dereham, 
CO. Norfolk, 6 August, bapt. there 
8 August 1766; admitted Scholar 
of Charterhouse 24 June 1778; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted 6 July 1782, Scholar 
1 782-1 787 ; Fellow December 
1787; B.A. 1788; M.D. 1793; 
F.R.S. 9 May 1793, President 
June to November 1820; F.R.C.P. 
30 March 1795; "the most 
skilful chemist and minerologist 
of his day " ; died at i Dorset 
Street, London, 22 December 
1828, bur. at Chislehurst, co. 
Kent. (See *' Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol, LXII., 
page 311). 



Henrietta Hyde 
Wollaston, born 
6 September 
1767 : died at 
Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 15 June 
1840, bvir. at 
Chislehurst. 



Anna Hyde Wol- 
laston, born 3 April 
1769; executrix to 
will of her sister 
Sophia Hyde 28 
June 1810 ; died 
at Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 27 Decem- 
ber 1829, bur. at 
Chislehurst. 



Frederick Hyde Wol- 
of Genoa, 
and afterwards 
Christopher's, 
Indies ; born 
bapt. at 
22 July 



laston 

Italy, 

of St 

\Vest 

12 June, 

Chislehurst 



1770 ; died at Basse- 
terre, St. Christopher's, 
West Indies, in Sep- 
tember 1809. Ad- 
ministration granted 
22 May 181 1 (P.C.C.) 



Louisa Hyde 
Wollaston, born 
30 September, 
bapt. at Chisle- 
hurst 2oOctober 
1771 ; died 15 
March, bur. at 
Chislehurst 20 
March 1772. 



Rev. Charles Hyde Wollaston,=j=Sarah Willett 

Vicar of East Dereham; born in Ottley, dau. of 

Charterhouse Square, London, William Ottley 

22 November, bapt. at St. of St. Kitts, 

Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, West Indies ; 

4 December 1772; admitted a marr. 2 March 

Scholar of Charterhouse 28 June 1 795 ;died, aged 

1784 to April 1789, and at 82,at Bryanston 

Sidney Sussex College, Cam- Square, London, 

bridge, B.A. (14th Wrangler) 3 March 185 1. 
1793; M.A. from St. Catherine's 
1796; Vicar of East Dereham 
16 May 1806; died at East 
Dereham 24 March 1850. J^ 



Henry Hyde Wollaston, 
born 10 March, died 15 
July, bur. at Chislehurst 
19 July 1774. 



Amelia Hyde Wollaston, 
born 7 March 1775 ; 
died, aged 85, at Groom's 
Hill, Blackheath, co. 
Kent, 23 November 1861, 
bur. at Chislehurst. 



Rev. Francis Hayles Wollaston,= 
Rector of East Dereham ; born 
I May 1803 ; Rector of East 
Dereham 7 December 1827, and 
of Knowlton, co. Kent, 23 July 
1834 ; died s.p., aged 46, at 
Walmer, co. Kent, 5 November, 
bur. there 9 November 1849. 
Will dated 28 March 1847, proved 
18 December 1849 (PC.C. 981, 49). 



=Caroline Wollaston, dau. of Henry Jane Wollaston, 
Septimus Hyde Wollaston of Welling, co. born i October 
Kent, by Mary Ann Blanckenhagen his 1804; died at 
wife {see next page) ; born 9 January 1805 ; South Weald,co. 
marr. at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 7 June Essex, 30 April 
1825 ; died at her residence. Glen Hill, 1S21. 
Walmer, aged 72, 22 July, bur. at Walmer 
27 July 1877. Will dated 14 April 1877, 
with codicil dated 21 April 1877, proved 
23 October 1877 (Prin. Reg., 844, 77). 



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Mary Ann Blanck-=j=Henry Septimus Hyde=jrFrances Buchanan,=j=Frances Maria Monro, 



enhagen, born 2 
October 1778 ; 
marr. at Waltham- 
stow, CO. Essex, 
23 December 1802; 
died 25 July, bur. 
at Chislehurst, co. 
Kent, 29 July 1805. 
M.I. I St wife. 



WoUaston of Welling, 
CO. Kent ; born at 
Chislehurst 14 April 
1776, bapt. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London; died, aged 90, 
at Welling, 31 January, 
bur. at Chislehurst 7 
February 1867. M.I. 
Will dated 18 February 
1862, with codicil 
dated 28 March 1862, 
proved 16 March 1867 
(Prin. Reg., 228, 67). 



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dau. of the Rev. 
Gilbert Buchanan, 
LL.D., Rector of 
Woodmansterne, co. 
Surrey, and Vicar of 
Northfleet, co. Kent; 
born 13 May 1786 ; 
marr. at Woodman- 
sterne 24 June 1 8 1 3 ; 
died at Torrington 
Square, London, 26 
December 1827, 
bur. at Chislehurst 3 
I January 1828. M.I. 
A 2nd wife. 

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dau. of Charles Monro 
of Chandos Street, Caven- 
dish Square, London, by 
Jane Boscawen his wife; 
born 8 October 1794; 
marr. at Tor, co. Devon, 
4 May 1830; died at the 
Vicarage, Merton, co. Ox- 
ford, 2 April, bur. at 
Chislehurst 8 April 1872. 
M.I. Will dated 22 Octo- 
ber 1870, proved 3 June 
1872 (Prin. Reg., 419, 72). 
3rd wife. 



{lujr issue see ^^ Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol XIL, page 73.) 



Sophia Hyde Wollaston, 
born 19 October 1777; 
died at Chislehurst 11 
June 18 10, bur. there. 
Will dated in 1808, 
proved 28 June 18 10 
(P.C.C. 353 Collingwood). 



Rev. James Leonard Jackson, Rector of= 
Swanage, co. Dorset ; of Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1799; M.A. 1802; Rector 
of Turnerspuddle 23 May 1809 to 1824, Vicar 
of Affpuddle 24 July 1809 to 1824, Rector of 
Buckland Ripers 18 October, and of Moreton 

11 November 181 3 to 1831, of Church Knowle 

12 November 1833, and of Swanage 1841-53, 
all CO. Dorset ; died at Weymouth, co. Dorset, 
10 December 1854. 



=Louisa Decima 
Hyde, born 6 
December 1778; 
marr. 4 February 
1806. 



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89 



Fane. 

[Vol. 12, p. 8 1.] 




Pedigree of Fane. 



Richard Fane of Tudeley, co. Kent,= 
gent, son and heir of John Fane of 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, yeoman, by 
Isabel his wife (and brother of John 
Fane of Southborough, co. Kent, 
ancestor of the Vanes, Dukes of 
Cleveland); aged 30 and more 13 
May 1488, at his father's death; 
Sheriff of Kent 1528 and 1537 ; 
died 20 March iS4t) bur. in 
Tudeley Church. Will dated 20 
March 154^, proved 2 April 1541 
(P.C.C. 26 Alenger). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Deptford 7 July 1541 
{C. Vol. 63, No. 18). 



=Agnes Stidulf, dau. 
of Henry Stidulf of 
Badsell, in Tudeley, 
gent, and sister and 
heir of Thomas 
Stidulf; executrix to 
her husband's will 
2 April 1 541. 



Joan Waller,= 
dau. of Wil- 
liam Waller of 
Groombridge, 
CO. Kent, es- 
quire ; died 
6 November 
1545, buried 
in Tudeley 
Church. M.I. 
ist wife. 



=George Fane of Badsell,= 
esquire ; aged 29 and more 
7 July 1 541; admitted to 
Gray's Inn in 1530; executor 
to his father's will 2 April 
1541 ; Sheriff of Kent 1557; 
died 4 February I57-5-, bur. 
in Tudeley Church. M.I. 
Will dated 4 February 157!, 
proved 20 November 1572 
(P.C.C. 40 Daper). 



=Elizabeth Hendley, dau. and 
coheir of Sir Walter Hendley of 
Cranbrook, co. Kent, knight, 
by Helen Ashburnham his ist 
wife; born in September 1523; 
marr. circa 1548; died, aged 73, 
6 September, bur. in Brenchley 
Church, CO. Kent, 20 September 
1596. M.I. She married istly 
William Waller of Groombridge, 
esquire. 2nd wife. 



Alice, married 
John Browne, 
and died be- 
fore 20 March 



i54f 



I 



Francis Fane. Margaret Fane. Susan Fane. Faith Fane. Faith Fane. 



All died young, bur. at Brenchley. M.I. 



Elizabeth Colepeper,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Colepeper of Bedge- 
bury, CO. Kent, 
esquire, by Elizabeth 
his ist wife, dau. 
and coheir of 
Sir William Harte 
of Bishopsbourne, 
CO. Kent, knight, 
ist wife. 



=Sir Thomas Fane of Badsell, knight ;= 
sentenced to death for taking part in 
the rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyatt 
and received a pardon dated 18 
March i55f ; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 1554; Sheriff of Kent 1572; 
knighted at Dover Castle by Robert, 
Earl of Leicester, 25 August 1573; 
died, aged 51, 13 March 158I, bur. 
at Tudeley (his body was removed 
to Mereworth, co. Kent, M.I.) Will 
dated 12 March i58f, proved 10 
February 159^ (P.C.C. 10 Sain- 
berbe). Inq. p. m. taken at West 
Mailing 15 April 1589 (C Vol. 223, 
No. 84). 



=Mary Nevill, Baroness Le Despen- 
cer, dau. and heir of Henry, 6th 
Lord Bergavenny, by Lady Frances 
his ist wife, dau. of Thomas, Earl 
of Rutland; born 25 March 1554; 
marr. at Birling, co. Kent, 12 
December 1574, marriage settle- 
ments dated 6 December; adjudged 
Baroness Le Despencer by Letters 
Patent 25 May 1604; died 28 June, 
bur. at Mereworth 29 June 1626. 
M.I. Will dated 18 May 1625. 
Administration granted 1 1 May 
1629 (P.C.C. 38 Ridley). 



Frances Fane, buried at 
Birling 7 November 1575. 



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Sir Thomas Fane of Burston, in Hunton, co.= 
Kent, knight; Sheriff of Kent 1580; M.P. for 
Dover 1588, 159I and 1597; Lieutenant of 
Dover Castle; knighted 25 May 1598; Deputy 
Warden of the Cinque Ports 29 July 1603; 
bur. at Hunton 21 January i6oy. M.I. Will 
dated 21 August 1606, proved 14 April 1609 
(Arch: of Canterbury, 41, 59). 



=Ellen Hendley, dau. and coheir of Sir Walter 
Hendley of Cranbrook, co. Kent, knight, 
Serjeant-at-Law, by Helen Ashburnham his 
ist wife; marr. in 1566; bur. in Hunton 
Church 23 October 1606. M.I. She married 
istly (as his 2nd wife) Thomas Colepeper of 
Bedgebury, co. Kent, esquire, and 2ndly 
Sir George Somerset (see page 14). 



Henry Fane of Hadlow, co. Kent, esquire (grandson of John Fane of==Mary, mentioned 
Southborough, co. Kent); bapt. at Hadlow 10 December 1560; aged 20 in her grand- 
8 October 1580; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 20 December father's will 4 
1577; M.P. for Hythe 159!; died at Rouen, France, on the Queen's February 15 7^. 
service 14 October 1596. Will dated 4 September 1596, proved 4 May 
1597 (P.C.C. 45 Cobham). Inq. p. m. taken at Greenwich 13 November 
1596 (C. Vol. 246, No. 128). He married 2ndly Margaret, dau. of Roger 
Twisden of Roydon Hall, co. Kent, esquire. . 



Sir Francis Fane, Earl of Westmorland, K.B. ; aged= 
9 years 2 months and 14 days 15 April 1589; of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 19 November 1597 ; M.P. for Kent 1601, for 
Maidstone 9 March i6of and 13 December 1620, and 
for Peterborough 15 January 162^; K.B. at the 
coronation of James I. 25 July 1603; created Baron 
of Burghersh and Earl of Westmorland 29 December 
1624 ; succeeded his mother as Baron Le Despencer } 
28 June 1626 ; died 23 March, bur. at Apethorpe, co. 
Northampton, 17 April 1629. M.I. in Mereworth 
Church, CO. Kent. Will dated 8 December 1628, 
proved 11 May 1629 (P.C.C. 37 Ridley.) 



=Mary Mildmay, dau. and heir of Sir 
Anthony Mildmay of Apethorpe, by 
Grace his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Sir Henry Sherington of Lacock, 
CO. Wilts, knight ; marr. in February 
yf^^; aged 35 at her father's death 
2 September 161 7 ; died at Stevenage, 
CO. Hertford, 9 April 1640, bur. at 
Apethorpe. Will dated 10 March 
iGjq, with codicil dated 27 Jan- 
uary i6jf, proved 14 May 1640 
(P.C.C. 64 Coventry). 



Grace Thorn- = 
hurst, dau. of 
Sir William 
Thornhurst of 
Heme, co. 
Kent, by Anne 
his wife, dau. 
of Thomas, 
Viscount Bin- 
don ; married 
6 July 1626 ; 
died 29 June 
1634, buried 
at Apethorpe. 
I St wife. 



= Sir Mildmay Fane, Earl of Westmorland,=j=Mary Vere, dau. and coheir of 
KB.; aged 15 in 1617; of Emmanuel I Horace, Lord Vere of Tilbury, by 



College, Cambridge ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 7 x^ugust 1622 ; K.B. at the 
coronation of Charles I. 2 February 
162! ; M.P. for Peterborough 22 No- 
vember 1620 and 18 February i62|-, 
and for Kent 2 May 1625 ; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Earl 23 March i62f ; 
prisoner in the Tower November 1642, 
but afterwards took the Covenant ; joint 
Lord-Lieutenant of co. Northampton 
30 July 1660; died 12 February i66f, 
bur. at Apethorpe. Will dated 20 
September 1662, proved 17 May 1666 
(P.C.C. 184 Mico). /^ 



Mary his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Tracy ; born at The Hague, in the 
Netherlands ; naturalized 25 May 
1624 by Act of Parliament; marr. 
at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 21 June 
1638, marriage licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 18 June, then aged 
about 30; bur. at Mereworth 18 
November 1669. Administration 
granted 2 December 1669 (P.C.C.) 
She married istly Sir Roger Town- 
shend of Rainham, co. Norfolk, 
baronet. 2nd wife. 



{/u?r issue see page ^4.) 



91 



Walter Roberts of Glassen-=i=Katherine, men 



bury, in Cranbrook, co. 
Kent, esquire. Will dated 
28 March 1580, proved 28 
September 1580 (P.C.C. 
35 Arundell). He married 
2ndly Frances, dau. and 
heir of John Maynard of 
London. . 



tioned in her 
grandfather's will 
20 March i54x J 
marr. 22 January 



Charles BoUe of Haugh, co. Lincoln ;=Bridget. 
died 3 February i59y, bur. at 2nd wife. 
Haugh. He married istly Kathe- 
rine, dau. of Sir Edward Dymoke 
of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, knight ; 
3rdly Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Powtrell ; and 4thly Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Dymoke of Friskney, co. 
Lincoln. 



John Ashburnham of Ashburnham, co. Sussex,=f=Mary, marr. at St. Olave's, Hart Street, 



esquire; bur. at Ashburnham 14 October 1591. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Horsham 15 December 1600 
(C Vol. 264, No. 131). /I^ 



London, 27 July 1569, marriage Ucence 
(Bishop of London) dated 28 June. 



Elizabeth Spencer,= 
dau. of Robert, Lord 
Spencer of Worm- 
leighton ; bapt. at 
Brington, co. North- 
ampton, 30 Novem- 
ber 1589; marr. there 
3 September 1607 ; 
died, aged 27, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 
19 November 16 18. 
ist wife. 



=Sir George Fane of Burston, in Hunton, co. Kent,= 
knight; born in March 158^; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 19 November 1597 ; knighted at Whitehall 
at the coronation of James L 23 July 1603; M.P. 
for Dover 1601 and 16 14, for Sandwich 16 March 
i6of, for Kent 18 December 1620, and for Maid- 
stone 28 January 162!^ to May 1640; Sheriff of Kent 
1622 ; died 26 June 1640, bur. at Hunton. ALL Will 
dated 17 December 1639, with codicil dated 5 May 
1640, proved 13 July 1640 (P.C.C. 103 Coventry). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Deptford 16 February 164^ 
{C. Vol. 601, No. 17). 



An infant prematurely born, bur. 
at Brington 21 March i6o|. 



=Anne Boteler, dau. 
of Sir Oliver 
Boteler of Teston, 
CO. Kent, knight ; 
marr. at Mere- 
worth, CO. Kent, 
in 1620; died 5 
March i66f, bur. 
at Hunton. M.I. 
Will dated 13 Jan- 
uary i66f, proved 
6 April 1664 
(P.C.C. 37 Bruce). 
2nd wife. 



George Fane, born 
II July, bapt. at 
Hunton 27 July 
1622 ; died 7 July, 
bur. at Mereworth 
27 August 1625. 



Spencer Fane, bapt. at 
Hunton 13 July 1623; died 
7 July, bur. there 19 July 
1643. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Edenbridge 27 September 
1644 (C. Vol. 623, No. 56). 



Anne, bapt. at Hunton 30 Mary Fane, 
September 1624; married bur. in Hun- 
John Moore (marriage settle- ton Church 
ments dated 30 May 1652); 4 May 1643. 
living 8 August 1665. 

A 



Thomas Fane, died 
before 1620. 



Joan Fane, bapt. at Mereworth, co. Kent, 
I August 1604; died young. 



Edward Pelham of Brocklesby,=Diana, born=i=John Bill of 



CO. Lincoln, esquire ; marr. at 
Mereworth 10 August 1648, 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 8 August, then aged 
about 24. ist husband. 



21 Julyi627. 



Caen Wood, 
CO. Middle- 
sex, esquire ; 
2nd husband. 



A 



Mary Fane, born 
9 February i62f ; 
died 15 October 
1632, buried at 
Apethorpe, co. 
Northampton. 



Grace Fane, 
born 28 Feb- 
ruary i6f§ ; 
died 17 July 
1634, bur. at 
Apethorpe. 



92 



Thomas Fane, died 
young. 



Edward Fane, living 
12 March 158! ; 
died young. 



Sir Robert Brett of West Mailing, co. Kent,^ 
knight ; matriculated from Hart Hall, Oxford, 
15 April 1586, aged 20; knighted at Newark 
22 April 1603; died i September 1620, bur. at 
West Mailing. M.I. Will dated 23 to 25 August 
1620, proved 12 September 1620 (P.C.C. 85 
Soame). He married 2ndly Anne. ^f^^ 



=Frances, married at 
Mereworth, co. Kent, 
13 January i6of ; 
died 27 August 161 7, 
bur. at West Mailing. 
M.I. 



E 



Thomas Fane of Burston, in Hunton, co. 
Kent, esquire; bapt. at Hunton 17 Sep- 
tember 1626; M.P. for Maidstone 16 
September 1679 to March 168^; died 
5 September 1692, bur. in Hunton Church. 
M.I. Will with four codicils dated 27 
September 1691 to i March 169^, proved 
14 November 1692 (P.C.C. 141 Fane). 



Francis Fane of East= 
Farleigh, co. Kent, esquire; 
born 25 November 1627 ; 
died 19 December 165 1, 
bur. in Hunton Church. 
M.I. Administration was 
granted 23 July 1652. 



=Elizabeth, administra- 
trix to her husband 
23 July 1652; died 
before 10 July 1655. 
She married 2ndly 
. . . Cony. 



James, Earl of Home; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Home^Grace, aged 13 in 161 7; 
in April 1619; died at St. Martin's-in-the. Fields, Westminster, in bur. at Apethorpe, co 
February 163!, t)ur. at Dunglass, co. Berwick. Will dated 
4 December 1632. Administration granted 3 June 1633 (P.C.C. 
53 Russell). He married istly the Hon*"'^ Anne Carye, dau. of 
Henry, Viscount Falkland. 



Northampton. Will dated 
20 April 1633. Adminis- 
tration granted 13 May 
1633 (P.C.C. 41 Russell). 



Sir Erasmus Harby of Aldenham, co. Hertford, baronet ; bapt.^Frances, born Isabel Fane, 
at St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London, 15 February 162I; of 15 June 1632. born 25 No- 
the Inner Temple, admitted in November 1648, Barrister vemberi633. 

1658; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet in April 1663; 
bur. at Aldenham 29 July 1674. Will dated 2 April 1674, 
proved 15 December 1675 (P.C.C. 126 Dycer). 



Elizabeth Nodes, dau. of= 
Charles Nodes of Sheep- 
hall Bury, CO. Hertford, 
esquire, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife, dau. of William 
Pert of Arnolds, co. Essex; 
bapt. at Sheephall i Au- 
gust 1648 ; married at 
Crayford, co. Kent, 15 
June 1 665, marriage licence 
(Vicar- General) dated 9 
June, ist wife. 



=Charles Fane, Earl of West-= 
morland ; born 6 January 
163I ; of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge; M.P. for Peter- 
borough 1661 ; succeeded 
his father as 3rd Earl 12 
February i66| ; died 18 
September 1691, bur. at 
Apethorpe. Will dated 24 
October 1690. Administra- 
tion granted 5 March 169^ 
(P.C.C. 48 Fane). 



=Lady Dorothy Brudenell, dau. of 
Robert, 2nd Earl of Cardigan, by 
Lady Anne Savage his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Thomas, Earl Rivers ; 
died, aged 93, 26 January, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 6 February 
1739 Will dated 28 December 
1734 and 19 August 1738, proved 8 
February \il% (P.C.C. 58 Browne). 
She married 2ndly Robert, 3rd 
Viscount Dunbar. 2nd wife. 



V 



93 



Margaret Fane, 
bapt. at Hunton, 
CO. Kent, 19 
Novemberi628; 
died 29 Novem- 
ber following. 



John Tregonwell of Anderston, co.= 
Dorset, esquire ; succeeded his father 
in 1655 ; executor to his wife's will 
22 December 1665. He married 
I stly Lewes, dau. of Lady Beauchamp, 
and srdly Mary, dau. of the Rev. 
. . . Dickenson, D.D., Rector of 
St. Clement's, London. 



=Elizabeth, marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 18 February i66|-, 
then aged about 30 ; executrix to 
her mother's will 6 April 1664. 
Will dated 8 August and 1 1 October 
1665, proved 22 December 1665 
(P.C.C. 160 Hyde). 



Dutton, Lord Gerard; born 4 March 1613; succeeded his father=7=Mary, bapt. at Mereworth, 
as 3rd Baron Gerard of Gerard's Bromley in 1622; died 22 April 
1640, bur. at Ashley, co. Stafford. Will dated 18 April 1640, 
proved 2 December 1640 (P.C.C. 166 Cove?i{ry). He married 
2ndly Lady Elizabeth O'Brien, dau. and coheir of Henry, 5th Earl 



of Thomond. 



A 



CO. Kent, 3 August 1606; 
married after 18 May 
1625; bur. at Apethorpe, 
CO. Northampton, in 1634, 



Grace Thornhurst, dau.= 
of Sir William Thorn- 
hurst of Heme, co. 
Kent, ist wife. 



=Sir Mildmay Fane,= 
Earl of Westmorland, 
K.B. {see page gi). 



/K 



=Mary Vere, dau. and coheir 
of Horace, Lord Vere of 
Tilbury. 2nd wife. 



Francis Palmes=Mary, born in= 
of Ashwell, CO. 1639; bur. at St. 
Rutland, esquire; Martin's, Stam- 
died in Decem- ford Baron, co. 



ber 1667. 
husband. 



ist 



Northampton, 22 
October 1681. 
Will dated 7 
October 1681, 
proved 20 Octo- 
ber 1681 (P.C.C. 
140 North). 



=John, Earl of Exeter ; bapt. at Ketton, 
CO. Rutland, 26 October 1628; aged 6 
in 1634; succeeded his father as 4th 
Earl of Exeter iS April 1643; Lord- 
Lieutenant of co. Northampton 1670-73; 
marr. at Ashwell 24 January i6|^, 
marriage settlements dated i June 
1670; died at Burghley House, co. 
Lincoln, i February, bur. at St. Martin's, 
Stamford Baron, 7 February 167I. Will 
dated 23 October 1677, proved 20 
March 167I (P.C.C. 23 Reeve). He 
married istly Lady Frances Manners, 
dau. of John, 8th Earl of Rutland. 
2nd husband. 



Elizabeth Fane, 
born 13 January 
164-1 ; bur. at 
St. " Bartholo- 
mew- the -Great, 
London, 8 June 
1643. 



Mildmay Fane, 
bur. at Sund- 
ridge, co. Kent, 
I o February 
i65f 



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Sir John Cope of Hanwell, co. Middlesex, and 
Bruern, co. Oxford, baronet; bapt. at Hanwell 28 
August 1608; of Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 
1625 ; marr. at Westminster Abbey 14 February 
163^; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 2 
August 1637; died 13 October, bur. at Hanwell 
25 October 1638. Will dated 11 October 1738, 
proved 25 October 1638 (P.C.C. 179 Lee). He 
married istly Mary, dau. of Sir John Walter, Lord 
Chief Baron of the Exchequer, ist husband. /j\ 



=Elizabeth, aged 9=j=William Cope of Icomb, 



m 161 7; execu- 
trix to her hus- 
band's will 25 
October 1638 ; 
died 10 October, 
bur. at Icomb, 
CO. Gloucester, 1 5 
October 1669. 



esquire ; marr. at Bruern 
3 January 164!; died, 
aged 78, 7 August, bur. at 
Icomb 10 August 1691. 
M.I. Will dated 24 Sep- 
tember 1690, proved 11 
November 1691 (P.C.C. 
187 Vere). 2nd husband. 



A 



Sir Vere Fane, Earl of Westmorland, K.B. ; born 13= 
February, bapt. at Mereworth, co. Kent, 2 March 164^; 
K.B. at the coronation of Charles II. 19 April 1661; 
M.P. for Peterborough 22 March 167^, and for Kent 24 
February 167! to March 168- and 12 January i68| to 
September 1691 ; Joint Lord-Lieutenant of Kent 1692; 
Lieut.-Governor of Dover Castle ; succeeded his brother 
as 4th Earl 18 September 1691 ; died 29 December 1693, 
bur. at Mereworth 2 January following. Will dated 28 
December 1693, proved 10 January 169I (P.C.C. 22 Box). 



=Rachel Bence, dau. and heir of 
John Bence, Alderman of London, 
by Judith his ist wife, dau. of 
Peter Andrews of London ; bapt. at 
All Hallow's-in-the-Wall, London, 
14 November 1653; marr. there 
13 July 167 1, marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 4 July ; died 
6 February, bur. at Mereworth 17 
February i7iy. 



Sir Francis Dashwood of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate,=^Mary, born 17 February, 



Rachel Fane, 

bapt. at Mere- London, silk-merchant, and afterwards of West 

worth 31 Au- Wycombe, co. Buckingham, baronet ; knighted at 

gust 1673; Guildhall 29 October 1702; created a baronet 28 

buried there June 1707; M.P. for Winchelsea 4 May 1708 to 

18 February August 17 13; died in Hanover Square, London, 

i68i. 19 November 1724, bur. at West Wycombe. Will 

dated 16 May 1721 and 14 November 1724, proved 

8 December 1724 (P.C.C. 264 Bolton). He married 

istly Mary, dau. of John Jennyngs of St. Margaret's, 

Westminster ; 3rdly Mary King, niece of John King, 

D.D., Master of Charterhouse; and 4thly Lady 

Elizabeth Windsor, dau. of Thomas, ist Earl of 

Plymouth. /^ 



bapt. at Mereworth 21 
February 167!; marr. at 
Apethorpe, co. North- 
ampton, 5 June 1705, 
marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 30 May ; 
died 19 August 17 10, bur. 
at West Wycombe. M.I. 
Administration granted 
16 January i7iy (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



John Fane, born 
9 April, bapt. 
at Mereworth 16 
April 1676, bur. 
there 22 January 
i67i. 



Vere Fane, Earl of 
Westmorland ; born 
25 May, bapt. at 
Mereworth 9 June 
1678; succeeded his 
father as 5 th Earl 
25 December 1693; 
Cornet in the Life 
Guards 30 May 1697; 
died 19 May, bur. at 
Mereworth 23 May 
1 699. Administration 
granted 18 January 

169. (P.C.C.) 



William Paul of= 
Braybrick, co. 
Berks, esquire ; 
aged 23, 21 
February 169I ; 
M.P. for Wind- 
sor 4 October 
1 7 10; died in 
171 1, bur. at 
Bray, co. Berks. 
Administration 
granted 1 9 May 
1711 (P.C.C.) 



=Catharine, bom 23 December, bapt. 
at Mereworth 29 December 1679; 
marr. at Stoke Poges, co. Buck- 
ingham, 25 February 169!, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) dated 21 
February ; administratrix to her 
husband 19 May 1711; mentioned 
in will of her brother Thomas, 
Earl of Westmorland, 1 1 April 
1734; died in October 1737, bur. 
at Bray. Will dated 3 April 1735, 
proved 10 April 1738, by Dame 
Catharine Stapleton, daughter 
(P.C.C. 99 Brodrepp). 



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95 



Sir Francis Fane of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, K.B. ; bapt. 
Mereworth, co. Kent, 3 November 161 1; K.B. at the 
coronation of Charles I. 2 February 162^; commanded for 
the King at Doncaster in February and March 164!, and at 
Lincoln; taken prisoner at the fall of Lincoln in 1644; 
compounded with the Parliament 28 November 1645; rebuilt 
Fulbeck Hall in 1659 ; died, aged 68, 12 October, bur. in the 
chancel at Aston, co. York, 20 October 1680. M.I. at Aston 
and Fulbeck. Will dated 7 June 1679. Administration 
granted 13 June 1681 (P.C.C. 91 North). 



at=rElizabeth West, dau. of William 
West of Firbeck, co. York, 
esquire, and sister and coheir 
of John West; died, aged 63, 
bur. at Aston 24 July 1669. 
M.L She married istly, as his 
4th wife, John, 3rd Lord Darcy 
and Meynell. 



Henry Fane, 
baptised at 
Mereworth 23 
August 1646; 
living 20 Sep- 
tember 1662. 



Very Rev. Gregory Hascard, D.D., Dean of Windsor ; of>=-Rachel, marriage 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1660; M.A. 1664; licence (Faculty 

D.D. 1 671; Rector of Bow-Brickhill, co. Buckingham, Office) dated 4 

31 March 1669 to December 167 1, of St, Michael's, February i66|-, 

Queenhithe, London, 29 December 1669 to May 1671, of then aged 21; 

St. Clement Dane's, London, 18 September 1678, Canon died, aged 57, 

of Windsor 9 May 1671, Dean 29 September 1684; died 20 May 1702, 

15 November 1708, bur. at Stoke Poges, co. Buckingham, bur. at Stoke 

Will dated 28 June 1703, proved 8 December 1708 Poges. M.L 
(P.C.C. 286 Barrett). He married 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of 
Sir Francis Fane of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, K.B. {see page 100). 



William Nelson of St. Andrew's,=Catherine, born 15 February i6|f; 
Holborn, London, esquire ; Page executrix to will of her sister Mary 20 
to Mary, Countess of Exeter; October 168 1 ; marriage licence (Faculty 
aged 19, 6 April 1682. Office) dated 6 April 1682. Adminis- 

tration granted 26 May 1683. 



Susan Fane, born 
21 February 165I; 
bur. at Mereworth 
I November 1678. 



Elizabeth Fane, Thomas Fane, Earl of Westmorland ;= 

bapt. at Mere- born 3 October 1683; educated at 

worth 2 1 August Eton; succeeded his brother as 

1681; bur. there 6th Earl 19 May 1699; Gentleman 

3 May 1692. of the Bedchamber to Prince 

George of Denmark 1706; Assistant 

Cup Bearer at the coronation of 

George I. 20 October 17 14; Chief 

Justice in Eyre, North of the 

Trent, 17 16-19; Privy Councillor 

1 7 18; President of the Board of 

Trade and Plantations 1719-35; 

Lord-Lieutenant of co. Northampton 

1735; died 4 June, bur. at Apethorpe 

13 July 1736. Will dated 11 April 

1734, proved 7 July 1736 (P.C.C. 

167 Derby). 



=Catherine Stringer, 
dau. and heir of 
Thomas Stringer of 
Sharlston, co. York, 
esquire, by Catherine 
his wife, dau. of 
Welbury Norton of 
Sawley, co. York ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 
14 June 1707 ; died, 
aged 48, 4 February, 
bur. at Apethorpe 1 1 
February \']\%. She 
married istly Richard 
Beaumont of Whitley, 
CO. York. 



Susan Fane of 
Barnes, co. Sur- 
rey ; bapt. at 
Mereworth 6 
January i68| ; 
died II March, 
bur. at Mere- 
worth 14 March 
173^. Adminis- 
tration granted 
31 March 1735 
(P.C.C.) 



96 



Sir Henry, Earl of Bath ;= 
knighted at Theobalds 9 No- 
vember 162 1 ; succeeded his 
cousin as 5th Earl 2 March 
163^; Privy Councillor 1641 ; 
Privy Seal 22 January 164^; 
marr. at St. Bartholomew-the- 
Great, London, 13 December 
1638, marriage licence (Bishop 
of London) dated 10 Decem- 
ber; died 16 August, bur. at 
Tawstock, CO. Devon, 1 7 August 
1654. M.L ist husband. 



=Rachel, bapt. at Mere- 
worth, CO. Kent, 28 January 
i6if ; retained her prece- 
dency as Countess of Bath 
by Royal Warrant dated 
19 March 1660; died, 
aged 67, II November 
1680, bur. in Tawstock 
Church. M.L Will dated 
8 December 1679, proved 
1 7 November 1680 (P.C.C. 
139 Bath). 



=Lionel, Earl of Middlesex; suc- 
ceeded his brother as 3rd Earl 
13 September 165 1 ; marr. at St. 
Bride's, London, i May 1655 ; 
divorced by decree of the Court 
of Arches 13 June 1661 ; Gentle- 
man of the Bedchamber to 
Charles IL 1673 ; died, aged 
about 50, 26 October, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 6 November 
1674. Will dated 30 March 1674, 
proved 2 November 1674 (P.C.C. 
27 Bunce). 2nd husband. 



Sir Francis Fane of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, K.B. ;= 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 18 November 1655; 
K.B. at the coronation of Charles IL 23 April 
1661 ; died at Henbury, co. Gloucester, bur. at 
Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, 8 April 1691. 
Will dated 14 November 1689. Administration 
granted 15 September 1691 (P.C.C. 137 Vere). 
Author of "Love in the Dark" (1675) and 
other plays. 



=Hannah Rushworth, dau. of John Rushworth 
of Lincoln's Inn, Secretary to the Council of 
State, Author of the "Historical Collections"; 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 16 
February i66f, then aged 17; bur. at St. 
Giles-in-the-Fields, London, 26 January i7of. 
Will dated 28 February 1705-, proved 15 
February 170!^ (P.C.C. 36 Eedes). 



John Fane, died 
before 7 June 
1679. 



Henry Fane, died 
before 7 June 
1679. 



George Fane, bapt. at Aston, co. York, 21 January 
i66§; mentioned in his grandfather's will 7 June 
1679; died before 14 November 1689. 



John Fane, Earl of Westmorland; born 15 March, bapt. at= 
Mereworth 24 March i68f ; educated at Eton; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 21 June 1703; Captain in Cadogan's Horse 
24 March 1709, served at Malplaquet, Commandant at 
Chester in 1715; Colonel 37th Foot 23 August 1715; 
Colonel ist Life Guards 4 July 1733; Major-General 16 
November 1735, Lieut. -General 2 July 1739; M.P. for Hythe 
4 May 1708 to August 17 13, for Kent 28 September 17 15, 
and for Buckingham i March 1727- to April 1734; created 
Baron of Catherlough, in the Peerage of Ireland, 4 October 
1733; succeeded his brother as 7th Earl 4 June 1736; 
Lord-Lieutenant of co. Northampton, 1737; High Steward 
of the University of Oxford 1754, Chancellor 1758, created 
D.C.L, 1759; died 26 August, bur. at Mereworth 2 Sep- 
tember 1762. Will dated 22 May 1759, proved 3 December 
1762 (P.C.C. 405 St. Eloy). 



=Mary Cavendish, dau. and heir 
of Lord Henry Cavendish, by 
Rhoda his wife, dau. of William 
Cartwright of Bloxham, co. 
Northampton, esquire; born 3 
January, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Soho, CO. Middlesex, 14 January 
Wll) marr. 5 August 17 16; 
died at Hammersmith, co. 
Middlesex, 29 July 1778. Will 
dated 14 July 1765 and 30 July 
1774, proved 3 August 1778 
(P.C.C. 341 Hay), 



97 



Anthony Fane, bapt. at Mereworth,= 
CO. Kent, 7 October 16 14; killed 
whilst serving as Colonel in 
the Army of the Parliament, and 
buried at Kingston-on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, 11 December 1642. M.I. 
VV^ill dated 15 July 1641, proved 20 
December 1 642 (P.C.C. 131 CaW(^<f//). 



=Amabella Benn, dau. of Sir Anthony Benn of Kingston- 
on-Thames, knight. Recorder of London ; bapt. at 
Kingston-on-Thames 3 September 1607 ; marr. at St. 
Benet's, Paul's Wharf, London, 25 June 1640; executrix 
to her husband's will 20 December 1642; died 17 August 
1698. She married istly . . . Dowse, and 3rdly Henry, 
Earl of Kent. 



Anthohy Fane, bur. at Kingston-on- 
Thames 17 October 1642. M.L 



Jane Fane, bur. at Kingston- 
on-Thames 15 May 1644. 



Robert Marshall of Fiskerton, co. Lincoln, esquire ;= 
bapt. at St. Peter-at-Arches, Lincoln, 14 September 
1622; admitted to Gray's Inn 17 February 164^; 
Counsel for the City of Lincoln 17 July 1656, 
Recorder 6 November 1658, Steward of the Courts 
of the City 31 March 1677 ; bur. at Fiskerton 
I November 1688. He married istly, Anne, dau. 
of Edmund Ellis of Fiskerton. 



=Mary, born 12 August, 
bapt. at Fulbeck, co. 
Lincoln, 16 August 
1638; married there 
22 September 1678; 
administratrix to her 
father 13 June 1681 ; 
bur. at Fiskerton 26 
April 1685. 



William Fane of 
Fulbeck, esquire; 
died, aged 39, 
3 June, bur. at 
Fulbeck 4 June 
1679. M.I. 



Francis Fane of Fulbeck, esquire ; of the Middle= 
Temple, admitted 14 May 1686, called to the 
Bar 6 May 1692 ; High Sheriff of co. Lincoln 
1702; bur. at Fulbeck 7 May 1709. Will dated 
24 December 1708. 



=Dorothy Heron, dau. of Sir Henry Heron 
of Cressy Hall, co. Lincoln, K.B., and sister 
and coheir of Henry Heron ; marriage 
settlements dated 8 July 1693; bur. at 
Fulbeck 2 July 1706. 



Henry Fane, 
bapt. and bur. 
at Fulbeck 8 
August 1695. 



Elizabeth Payn, dau.= 
of Edward Payn of 
Hough, CO. Lincoln, 
esquire, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John 
Hatcher of Carlby, 
CO. Lincoln; bapt. at 
Hough 24 March 
168^; marr. there 
23 December 1717 ; 
bur. at Fulbeck 3 
April 1756. ist wife. 



=Francis Fane of Fulbeck= 
and Cressy Hall, esquire; 
bapt. at Fulbeck 3 Sep- 
tember 1696; admitted 
Fellow-Commoner of St. 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, 17 June 1 7 14; 
died 19 October, bur. at 
Fulbeck 27 October 1758. 
Administration granted 
3 April i759(P.C.C.) 



=Jane Cust, dau. of Sir Richard 
Cust of Pinchbeck, co. Lin- 
coln, baronet; marr. 18 March 
1757 ; administratrix to her 
husband 3 April 1759; died 
I November 1791. Adminis- 
tration granted 28 February 
1792, to her husband (P.C.C.) 
She married 2ndly James 
Evelyn of Godstone, co. 
Surrey, esquire. 2nd wife. 



Rachel Fane, bapt. 
at Mereworth 1 5 
August 1688; bur. 
there 26 April 
1704. 



Mildmay Fane of Burston, in Hunton, co. Kent; bapt. at Mereworth 
31 October 1689; heir to his cousin, Colonel Thomas Fane of Burston, 
5 September 1692 ; M.P. for Kent 8 February 171I; died 11 September, 
bur. at Mereworth 12 September 17 15. Will dated 30 November 1712 
and 7 September 1715, proved 21 September 1715 (P.C.C. 173 Fagg). 



George Fane, aged i year in 1617 ; Colonel=f=Dorothy Horsey, dau. and heir of James Horsey 



of Horse in the Army of the King ; died in 
Hatton Garden, London, bur. at St. Bartholo- 
mew's-the-Great, London, 25 April 1663. 
Administration granted 18 November 1663 
(P.C.C.) 2nd husband. 



of Honyngham, co. Warwick ; aged 40 days at 
her father's death 29 September 1630; bur. at 
Barhngs, co. Lincoln. She married istly 
Thomas Marsh of Hackney, co. Middlesex, and 
3rdly Edward Wray of Barlings. 



A 



H 



Henry Fane of Grantham,= 
CO. Lincoln, esquire ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 10 
January jQe^^; died 27 
November, bur. at Fulbeck 
28 November 1686. M.L 



=Anne Rothwell, sister John Fane, 

and coheir of Edward born in 

Rothwell of Haver- 1642; died 

holme, in Ruskington, in infancy, 

CO. Lincoln, gent ; living buried at 

27 September 1688. Aston, co. 
York. M.L 



Edward Fane, bapt, at Fulbeck 
16 August 1674; bur. there 
6 March 17 of. 



Rachel Fane of St. Anne's, 
Westminster ; bapt. at 
Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, 14 
September 1642 ; men- 
tioned in her father's will 
7 June 1679. Will dated 
30 April 1 7 17, proved 21 
November 17 19 (P.C.C. 
207 Browning). 



Henry Fane of Bristol, gent ; bapt. at=f=Anne Scrope, dau. of Thomas Scrope 



Henbury, co. Gloucester, 21 October 
1669; died 19 Decern I )er, bur. at 
Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, 23 
December 1726. M.L Will dated 
14 June 1724, proved 27 February 
172^ (P.C.C. 38 Farrant). 



of Bristol, merchant, sister and coheir 
of John Scrope of Wormsley, co. 
Oxford, esquire. Secretary to the 
Treasury ; died 26 July, bur. at 
Westbury-on-Trym 38 July 1721. 



William Fane, 
buried at West- 
bury-on-Trym 
9 August 167 1. 



John Henley of= 
Red Lodge, Bristol; 
died, aged 58, 31 
December 1733, 
bur. at Westbury- 
on-Trym. M.L 
ist husband. 



=Mary, executrix to her==Very Rev. Samuel Creswick, D.D., Dean of 
husband's will 4 Feb- Wells ; of Pembroke College, Oxford, matricu- 
ruary 1766; died at lated 6 April 1709, aged 16, B. A. 1712; Fellow 
Bath, CO. Somerset, of Worcester College; M.A. 17 15; B.D. and 
bur. at Westbury-on- D.D. 1727; Rector of St. James's, Bristol, and 
Trym 22 September Chaplain to the King 1729; Dean of Bristol 
1773. Will dated 21 8 September 1730; Vicar of Marden, Wilts, 1738; 
March 1772, proved Dean of Wells 22 November 1739; died 14 
28 September 1773 January 1766, bur. at Westbury-on-Trym. M.L 
(P.C.C. 355 Stevens). Will dated 6 December 1749 and 5 April 1762, 
proved 4 February 1766 (P.C.C. 49 Tyndall). 
2nd husband. 



99 



Elizabeth Potts,=f=Rev. William Fane, D.D., Rector of Huntspill,= 
died 6 March co. Somerset; Prebendary of Wells 3 August 1661; 



165^. I St wife. 



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D.D. (Cambridge) 1662; Rector of Huntspill 
1662; died, aged 59, bur. at Huntspill 20 June 
1679. M.I. 



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^Frances Rodney, dau. of 
William Rodnej', esquire; 
married 8 June 1654. 
2nd wife. 



Edward Fane of St. Martin's- =Jane Stainer, dau. of 

in-the-Fields, Westminster, James Stainer of Lon- 

esquire ; died, aged 36, 15 

December, bur. at St. Martin's- 

in-the-Fields 17 December 

1679. M.I. Administration 

granted 16 December 1681 

(P.C.C.) 



don, merchant ; died 
15 February, bur. at 
St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields 19 February 
172I. 



Thomas Woodhull=Elizabeth, married 
of Mollington, co. at Fulbeck, co. 



Oxford, esquire. 



Lincoln, 14 June 
1676; died 2 May 
1678. 



H 



Very Rev. Gregory Hascard, D.D., Dean of Windsor; of Emmanuel= 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1660; M.A. 1664; D.D. 1671 ; Rector of 
Bow-Brickhill, co. Buckingham, 31 March 1669 to December 167 1, of 
St. Michael's, Queenhithe, London, 29 December 1669 to May 167 1, 
and of St. Clement Dane's, London, 18 September 1678; Canon of 
Windsor 1671, Dean 29 September 1684; died 15 November 1708, bur. 
at Stoke Poges, co. Buckingham. Will dated 28 June 1703, proved 
8 December 1708 (P.C.C. 286 Barrett). He married istly Lady Rachel, 
dau. of Sir Mildmay Fane, Earl of Westmorland, K.B. {see page g6.) 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Henbury, co. Glou- 
cester, 23 February 
167^; mentioned in 
her grandfather's will 
7 June 1679; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 8 December 
1708. 



Rachel Fane, 
bapt. at Hen- 
bury 29 Feb- 
ruary 1 67 1; 
living 7 June 
1679. 



Beata Gifford,= 
marr. at Ful- 
beck 1 1 March 
170!^ ; buried 
there 2 De- 
cember 1 7 15. 
ist wife. 



=Rev. EdAvard Fane, Rector of= 
Fulbeck; bapt. at Henbury 13 
November 1676; educated at 
Eton and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, admitted 11 June 
1695, B.A. 1698; M.A. 1702; 
Rector of Fulbeck 1703; Pre- 
bendary of Lincoln i October 
1731 ; died 16 February, bur. 
at Fulbeck 19 February 173^. 



=Catharine Storer, dau. of 
Edward Storer of Buckmin- 
ster, CO. Leicester, M.D. ; bapt. 
at Buckminster 3 February 
i68|^; marr. at Stapleford, co. 
Leicester, 13 June 17 19; died 
at Grantham, co. Lincoln, in 
1766. Will dated 12 June 
1766, proved 6 August 1766. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Edward Fane, Rector of Fulbeck; born 13 May, bapt. at 
Fulbeck 25 May 1709; of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1730; M.A. 1734; Rector of Fulbeck 1737; died 23 February 
1760, bur. at Fulbeck. 



Francis Fane; K.C. 1727; M.P. for Taunton 19 August 1727 to April 1741, for Petersfield 
21 May 1741, for Ilchester 27 June 1747, and for Lyme Regis 15 April 1754; Commissioner 
for Trade and Plantations November 1746 ; succeeded to Wormsley, co. Oxford, on the death 
of his uncle, John Scrope, 1752; died 28 May 1757, bur. at Lewknor, co. Oxford. Will dated 
13 January 1756 and 7 March 1757, proved i June 1757 (P.C.C. 188 Herring). 



Robert Fane of Combe Bank, in Sundridge,=i=Dorothy Sedley, dau. 



CO. Kent ; of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
admitted 30 April 1639; admitted to the Middle 
Temple 24 November 1638, called to the Bar 
8 May 1646; bur. at Sundridge 24 December 
1657. Will dated 21 December 1657, proved 
10 March 165^ (P.C.C. 198 Wootion). A 



of Sir John Sedley of 
St. Cleres, in Ightham, 
CO. Kent, baronet ; 
bur. at Sundridge 27 
December 1654. 



Frances Fane, men- 
tioned in her 
grandmother's will 
18 May 1625 ; bur. 
at Apethorpe, co. 
Northampton, in 
1630. 



KatherineFane, 
living in 1666 ; 
died young. 



Grace Fane, mentioned in her 
father's will 7 June 1679; bur. 
in Lincoln Cathedral i January 
i7of. Will dated 29 December 
1705, proved 25 January 170^ 
(Consistory of Lincoln). 



Jane Fane of Atherton Place, Lincoln ; 
mentioned in her father's will 7 June 
1679 ; executrix to will of her sister 
Grace 25 January 170^. Will dated 22 
August 171 1, proved 6 September 17 11 
(Consistory of Lincoln). 



Thomas Fane, Earl of Westmorland ; bapt.= 
at All Saints', Bristol, 8 March 170^; 
Clerk to the Society of Merchant Venturers 
of Bristol; M.P. for Lyme Regis 19 January 
1753 to 1762; succeeded his cousin as 
8th Earl of Westmorland 26 August 1762 ; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 25 November, 
bur. at Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, 
2 December 1771. ^Vill dated 8 March 
1 77 1, proved 16 December 1771 (P.C.C. 
506 Trevor). 



=Elizabeth Swymmer, dau. of William Swymmer 
of Bristol, merchant, by Mary Anne his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Lane of Bristol, knight ; born in 
August 1708; marr. at Westbury-on-Trym 8 August 
1727, marriage articles dated 15 August; died at 
Bristol 12 November, bur. at Westbury-on-Trym 
19 November 1782. Will dated 30 and 31 October 
1781, proved 4 December 1782 (P.C.C. 616 
Gostling). She married istly Samuel Kentish, a 
sworn Clerk in Chancery. 



Augusta Bertie, dau. of=j=John Fane, Earl of Westmorland ;= 



Lord Montague Bertie 
(son of Robert, Duke of 
Ancaster), by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of William 
Piers; marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 26 March 
1758 ; died at Bath 4 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Westbury-on- 
Trym 14 February 1766. 
Administration granted 
26 May 1783 (P.C.C.) 
ist wife. 



born 5 May, bapt. at St. Wer- 
burgh's, Bristol, 22 May 1728; 
educated at Westminster ; Com- 
missioner of Taxes 1760-62 ; 
M.P. for Lyme Regis i December 
1762 to 25 November 1771, 
when he succeeded as 9th Earl ; 
created LL.D. of Cambridge 3 
July 1769; died 26 April, bur. at 
Westbury-on-Trym 3 May 1774. 
Will dated 31 March 1774, 
proved 13 May 1774 (P.C.C. 
209 Bargrave). 



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=Lady Susan Gordon, dau. of 
Cosmo George, 3rd Duke of 
Gordon, by Lady Catherine his 
I St wife, dau. of William, Earl 
of Aberdeen ; marr. in Harley 
Street, Marylebone, London, 
28 May 1767; died, aged 69, in 
Berkeley Square, London, 11 
December, bur. at Apethorpe, 
CO. Northampton, 20 December 
1814. She married 2ndly John 
Woodford, Lieut. -Colonel ist 
Foot Guards. 2nd wife. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVIIL, page 76.) 



Conyers, Earl of Holdemesse ; M.P. for Boroughbridge 1660, and for co.= 
York 25 March 1661 ; Constable of Middleham Castle 1671 ; summoned 
to the House of Lords in his father's Barony of Conyers i March i6f§; 
succeeded as 4th Earl 14 June 1689 ; died at Aston, co. York, 13 December, 
bur. at Hornby, co. York, 18 December 1692. He married 2ndly Lady 
Frances Howard, dau. of Thomas, Earl of Berkshire ; srdly Frances, Countess 
Downger of Southampton, dau. of William, Duke of Somerset ; and 4thly 
the Hon*^'' Elizabeth Frescheville, dau. of John, Lord Frescheville, and 
widow of Philip Warwick. 



=Catharine, marr. 
at Mereworth, co. 
Kent, 14 May 
1645. Adminis- 
tration granted 
3 October 1649 
(P.C.C.) istwife. 



Charlotte Rowe,=f=Henry Fane of Wormsley,= 
CO. Oxford, esquire ; bapt. 
at All Saints', Bristol, 16 
October 1703; M.P. for 
Lyme Regis 13 June 1757 
to June 1777 ; Clerk to the 
Board of Treasury 1742, 
and to the Privy Council 
1759-64; died 31 May, 
bur. at Westbury-on-Trym, 
CO. Gloucester, 8 June 
1777. M.L Will dated 
1 1 February 1777 and 1 7 
May 1777, proved 10 June 
1777 (P.C.C. 264 Collier). 



dau. of Nicho- 
las Rowe, Poet 
Laureate ; bapt. 
at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 
London, i June 
1718 ; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 17 July 
1735; died 29 
September, bur. 
in Westminster 
Abbey 7 October 
1739. I St wife. 



=Anne Wynne, dau.= 
of the Rt. Rev. John 
Wynne, D. D., Bishop 
of Bath and Wells; 
born 10 March i72|-, 
bapt. at Westminster 
Abbey ; marr. at St. 
John's, Westminster, 
10 May 1742 ; died 
in 1744, bur. at 
Northop, CO. Flint. 
2nd wife. 



=Charlotte Luther, dau. 
of Richard Luther of 
Miles, near Ongar, co. 
Essex, sister and coheir 
of John Luther ; marr. 
in September 1748 ; 
died 18 April 1758, bur. 
at Lewknor, co. Oxford. 
Administration granted 
17 May 1784 (P.C.C.) 
3rd wife. 

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Henry Fane, born 31 July, bapt. at 
St. James', Westminster, 21 August 1749; 
died 4 January 1759, bur. at Lewknor. 



Sir William St. Quintin of Harpham, co. York ; bapt. at=Charlotte, born 3 May, bapt. 
Rillington, co. York, 4 July 1729; succeeded his father as at St. James', Westminster, 
5th baronet 9 May 1770; Sheriff of co. York 1772; died 22 27 May 1739; marr. 15 May 
July, bur. at Harpham 31 July 1795. Will dated 22 September 1758; died 17 April, bur. 
1 791, proved 5 December 1797 (P.C.C. 766 Exeter). at Harpham 24 April 1762. 



Henry Fane of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln,= 
esquire; born 4 May 1739; Clerk in the 
Treasury 1762; Keeper of the "King's 
Private Roads" 1772; M.P. for Lyme 
Regis 27 January 1772 to 1802; succeeded 
to Fulbeck 1791, on the death of Mrs. Jane 
Evelyn ; died at Fulbeck 4 June, bur. there 
10 June 1802. Will dated 12 August 1800, 
with codicil dated 28 January 1802, proved 
21 June 1802 (P.C.C. 453 Kenyon). 



=Anne Batson, dau. and heir 
of Edward Buckly Batson of 
London, banker ; married 
12 January 1778; died, aged 
79, at Fulbeck 19 January 
1838, bur. there. Will dated 
23 August 1824, with codicil 
dated 26 February 1835, 
proved 22 February 1838 
(P.C.C. 84 Nicholl). 



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{^For issi4e see '^'^ Visitation of Ens;land and Wales" 
Vol. XVIII., page /.) 



Anne Fane, died 
23 June, buried 
at Westbury-on- 
Trym 7 July 1764. 



Mary, died in 1809. 
She married at St. 
James', W^estmin- 
ster, 13 May 1762, 
Charles Blair. 



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Anne Fane, died, aged 2 weeks, 11 May, bur. 
at Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, 13 May 
1709. M.I. 



Elizabeth Fane, died, aged 10, 31 January, 
bur. at Westbury-on-Trym 2 February 172^. 
M.I. 



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John Fane of Wormsley,=j=Lady Elizabeth Par- Francis Fane of Spetisbury,=j=Anne Cooke, 



CO. Oxford, esquire ; born 
6 January, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 2 
February 175!; ^-P- ^^^ 
CO. Oxford 3 June 1796 
to 1824; created D.C.L. 
of Oxford 28 June 1797; 
died, aged 73, at his 
house in Great George 
Street, Westminster, 8 
February 1824, bur. at 
Lewknor, co. Oxford. 



ker, dau. of Thomas, 
3rd Earl of Maccles- 
field, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
William Heathcote, 
I St baronet; marr. at 
Shirburn, co. Oxford, 
I December 1773 ; 
died, aged 78, in 
Great George Street, 
Westminster, 10 June 
1829. 



CO. Dorset, esquire; born died, aged 79, 
5 December, bapt. at St. 4 March 1832, 
James', Westminster, 31 bur. at Stud- 
December 1752; executor land. M.I. 
to will of Sir Thomas 
Stapleton 26 November 
1781 ; M.P. for Dorchester 
18 June 1790 to April 
1807 ; died at Studland, 
CO. Dorset, 10 November 
1813, bur. there. M.I. /t\ 



M John Fane of Wormsley, esquire; born 9 July 1775 ;= 

of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1798; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 8 February 1796; M.P. 
for CO. Oxford 8 March 1824 to April 1831 ; 
created D.C.L. of Oxford 30 June 1824; High 
Sheriff of co. Oxford 1835; Major Oxfordshire 
Militia; died at Wormsley 4 October, bur. at 
Lewknor 11 October 1850. Will with five codicils 
dated 28 March 1842 to 8 June 1849, proved 
19 November 1850 (P.C.C. 810, 50). 



'Elizabeth Lowndes-Stone, dau. of William 
Lowndes-Stone of Baldwyn Brightwell, co. 
Oxford, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Richard Garth of Morden, co. 
Surrey; marr. 6 June 1801 ; died, aged 86, 
at 47 Manchester Street, London, 20 No- 
vember, bur. at Lewknor 25 November 
1865. Will with two codicils dated 17 
November 1855 to 3 August 1864, proved 
at Oxford 10 January 1866. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XII., page Si.) 



Sir Thomas Stapleton of Rother field Greys, co. Oxford, baronet,=|=Mary, born 23 January, bapt 



son of Sir William Stapleton, 4th baronet, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. and heir of William Paul of Braywick, co. Berks {see 
page gs); born 24 February 172!^; succeeded his father as 
5th baronet 12 January i7|-|; of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 27 February 174!, created D.C.L. 1754; M.P. for 
Oxford 19 November 1759 to March 1768; died i January 
1 781, bur. at Rotherfield Greys. Will dated 25 November 
1780, proved 26 November 1781 (P.C.C. 557 Webster). /{\ 



at St. James', Westminster, 
17 February 174I; marr. at 
Lewknor 27 November 1765 ; 
died at Rotherfield Greys 
26 February 1835. 



103 



Richard Fane, born 31 December 1754, bapt. at St. James', 
Westminster, 22 January 1755; died 28 March 1759, bur. 
at Lewknor, co. Oxford. 



Charlotte Fane, born and bapt. 
at St. James', Westminster, 15 
April 1758; died in infancy. 



Rear-Admiral Francis= 
William Fane, R.N. ; 
born 14 October 
1778 ; entered the 
Royal Navy April 
1795, Lieutenant 12 
January 1799, Com- 
mander 28 April 1802, 
Captain 30 August 
1802, Rear- Admiral 
10 January 1837 ; 
Midshipman of the 
frigate "Terpsichore" 
in her action with the 
Spanish frigate " Ma- 
honesa"in 1796; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
28 March 1844. 



=Anne Flint, dau. of 
William Flint, and 
youngest sister of 
Sir Charles William 
Flint, Under-Secre- 
tary of State for 
Ireland ; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 20 July 
1824 ; died, aged 
83, at 39 Grosvenor 
Place, London, 22 
October 1874. She 
married 2ndly at 
Bath 5 Jan- 
uary 1847, James, 
3rd Marquess of 
Thomond. 



Colonel Thomas Drake, C.M.G.y 
2nd Lieutenant 95th Foot 23 
May 1805, ist Lieutenant 
1806, Captain 1807, Major 
1813, Lieut. -Colonel 1826, 
Colonel 23 November 1841 ; 
served with the Army on the 
Elbe under Lord Cathcart 
1 805 -1 806, in Spain and 
Portugal under Sir John Moore 
1 808-1 809, and with the 
expedition to Walcheren in 
1809, present at Busaco, 
Fuentes d'Onor and Nivelle 
(medal with three clasps) ; 
C.]\LG. 1833; died, aged 69, 
in Harley Street, London, 22 
December 185 1. /\ 



=Elizabeth Sarah, 
born 9 March 
1782; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 2 1 
December 181 3 ; 
died at Oaken- 
dene, in Cow- 
fold, CO. Sussex, 
10 July 1867. 



I 
Mary Fane, 
born 28 June 
1785. 



Colonel John Potter Hamilton, K.H. ; Cornet Scots Greys=|=Charlotte, born 
1793, Lieutenant 1794, Captain 1799, Major 27 January 26 July 1787; 
1802; commanded a battalion at battle of Castalla May marr. at Bath 
1813; Lieut.-Colonel loth Foot 25 October 1809; Captain 28 December 
3rd Foot Guards 1814, retired 1819; Special Commissioner 1813. 
to Colombia 10 October 1823, signed treaty of amity 18 April 
1825 ; Knight of Hanover 1836 ; author of "Travels through 
Colombia," 1827 ; died, aged 95, at Bodleyfryd, Wrexham, 
CO. Denbigh, 28 January 1873. A\ 



Rt. Hon'''= Joseph Warner Henley=j=Georgiana, born 
of Waterperry House, CO. Oxford ; 15 January 

born at Putney, co. Surrey, 3 1790; married 
March 1793; of Magdalen Col- 9 December 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 27 181 7; died in 
April 1812, B.A. 1815; M.A. Great George 
1834; Hon. D.C.L. 1854; M.P. Street, Westmin- 
for CO. Oxford 5 July 1841 to star, 15 June 
February 1878; President of 1864. 
Board of Trade 27 February to 
17 December 1852 and 25 Feb- 
ruary 1858 to March 1859; sworn 
a Privy Councillor 27 February 
1852; died at Waterperry 8 
December 1884. /\ 

104 



Benjamin Keene, Ensign= 
loth Foot 1803, Lieu- 
tenant 1804, Captain 
1805 ; 9th Light Dragoons 
1808 ; retired on half-pay 
25 November 1816; died 
at Swincombe House, 
Oxford, 9 December 
1828. Administration 

granted 16 February 1829 
(RC.C.) 



=Augusta, born 

15 December 
1792 ; married 
25 April 1815; 
administratrix 
to her husband 

1 6 February 
1829 ; died at 
Watlington,co. 
Oxford, 2 4 May 
1845- 




Grant of Arms to Joseph 
Farmer, 18^5. 



Farmer. 

[Vol. 12, p. 102.] 



To all and Singular to whom these presents 
shall come Sir Charles George Young Knight 
Garter Principal King of Arms and James Pulman 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South 
East and West parts of England from the River 
Trent Southwards send greeting : 

Whereas Joseph Farmer of Sydney in the 
Colony of New South Wales and of Finchley 
New Road in the Parish of S' John Hampstead 
in the County of Middlesex Gentleman hath 
represented unto the most noble Henry Charles 
Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary 
Marshal of England Knight of the most noble 
Order of the Garter that it appears upon an 
examination of the Records of the College of 
Arms that Armorial Ensigns have not been duly 
recorded to his Family and being unwilling to 
use any without lawful authority He therefore 
requested the favour of His Grace's Warrant for our granting and assigning 
such as may be proper to be borne by him and his descendants and he having 
intermarried with Caroline only daughter of Edward Harley of Cleobury Mortimer 
in the County of Salop deceased is desirous that arms may be granted in the 
same patent for ^UVVlfJJ to be borne and used by his said wife the whole with 
due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms : And forasmuch as 
the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and seal bearing date the 
twenty first day of December last authorise and direct us to grant and assign 
such Armorial Ensigns accordingly : Know ye therefore that we the said Garter 
and Clarenceux in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant and by virtue of the letters 
patent of our several offices to each of us respectively granted do by these 
presents grant and assign unto the said |lo.$'eph (^atWft the Arms following 
that is to say Per Cheveron dovetailed Gules and Argent in chief two Lions 
heads erased of the last and in base a Salamander in flames proper : and for 
the Crest on a wreath of the Colours Upon a mount Vert an Antelope Argent 
seme of Estoiles Sable armed and unguled Or resting the dexter fore foot upon 
a fountain proper as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted 
to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Joseph Farmer and 
his descendants : and by the authority aforesaid we do grant and assign the 
arms following for ^avky that is to say : Azure two bendlets Or between as 
many Swans heads erased Argent as the same are more plainly depicted 
impaled with the Arms of Farmer to be borne and used by her the said Caroline 
Wife of the said Joseph Farmer the whole with due and proper differences 
according to the Laws of Arms : In Witness whereof We the said Garter and 
Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these presents subscribed our names and 
affixed the seals of our several offices this fourth day of January in the eighteenth 
year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith &c. 
and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty five. 



Charles Geo. Young, Garter. 



J. PuLiMAN, Clarenceux. 



Endorsed : " Recorded in the College of Arms, 
London, this eighth day of January i8^^. 
Rob* Laurie, Norroy, Registrar'' 



105 



Farmer. 

[Vol. 12, p. 102.] 



Grant of Arms to {Sir) William Farmer, i88S- 

The same Arms and Crest for Javmev were again granted by Sir Albert 
William Woods, Garter, and Walter Aston Blount, Clarenceux, on 24 January, 
48 Victoria, 1885, to William Farmer of Coworth Park in the County of Berks, 
Gentleman, to be borne by him and his descendants and by the other descendants 
of his father Samuel Farmer of Moor Hall in the County of Worcester, Gentleman, 
deceased. And for ^whittiSi these Arms, Erminois an Eagle displayed in chief 
an Escallop between two Fleurs-de-lis and in Base a Fleur-de-lis between two 
Escallops all Azure, to be borne by Martha, wife of the said William Farmer, 
and daughter of Thomas Perkins of Droitwich in the said County of Worcester, 
Gentleman, deceased. 

From the original Grants in the possession of 
Richard Chandler of Chapel Hill House, 
Margate, and IVilliaTn Alfred Farmer. 



Hinckes. 

[Vol. 12, p. 127.] 



Pedigree of Hinckes. 



Thomas Hinckes of Tettenhall,=j=Barbara Baker, dau. of James 



and afterwards of Lichfield, both co. 
Stafford (son of Joseph Hinckes 
of Tettenhall) ; born 21 February 
tI F§ 5 living 26 December 1662. 



Baker of Birmingham ; bapt. 
at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 
20 February i6|^^; marr. 10 
September 1639. 



James Hinckes, born 1 2=f=Joan Shaw, dau. of Oliver Shaw 



July 1640 ; died 30 July 
1709. 



of Dudley, co. Worcester, gent ; 
born 19 October 1652 ; died 
28 February ^1%. 



Barbara, born 
10 December 
1641. 



Edward Hinckes, 
born I October 
1643. 



James Hinckes of Dibdale, in Sedgley, co. Stafford, gent ;- 
born 16 April 1669 ; administrator to his brother Thomas 
23 October 1712 ; died 30 December 1736, bur. in 
St. Thomas' Church, Dudley. Will dated 5 March 172!, 
proved 26 February 173^ (P.C.C. 30 Wake). 



=Elizabeth Jevons, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Jevons, Rector of Sedgley; 
executrix to her husband's will 26 
February 173^. 



Thomas Hinckes of 
Wolverhampton, CO. 
Stafford ; born 1 3 
May 1670 ; died 30 
May 1712. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted at Lich- 
field 23 October 
17 1 2 (Peculiar of 
Wolverhampton). 



Edward Hinckes of Wolver-=j=Jane, executrix 



hampton ; born 20 July 
1676 ; died 10 February 
i7||. Will dated 27 March 
1725, proved at Lichfield 
2 April 1730 (Peculiar of 
Wolverhampton). 



to her husband 
2 April 1730. 



A daughter, died v. p. 



Samuel Hinckes of Wolver- 
hampton, tobacconist; born 
2 September 1681 ; men- 
tioned in will of his brother 
Edward 27 March 1725 ; 
died 2 February 174^. 
Will dated 2 February 
i74f, proved at Lichfield 
19 May 1749 (Peculiar of 
Wolverhampton). 



106 



Thomas Hinckes,=Elizabeth Stoakes of St. Martin's, 
born 26 January Ludgate, London ; marriage licence 
i64-g-. (Vicar-General) dated 26 December 

1662, then aged about 23. 



Samuel Hinckes, 
born 10 January 
i64f 



John Hinckes, 
born 20 July 
1649. 



Joseph Hinckes, 
born I November 
1651. 



John Reynolds of Elmley=j=Elizabeth, born 2 1 January 



Lovett, 
gent. 



CO. Worcester, 



i65f, 



marr. in 1674. 



Peter Hinckes, 
born 20 De- 
cember 1655. 



Peter Hinckes of Wolverhampton, co.= 
Stafford, chandler; born 2 August 16S7 ; 
mentioned in will of his brother Edward 
27 March 1725 ; died 23 April 1747. 
Will dated 17 June 1745, proved 18 June 
1747 (P.C.C. 153 Potter). 



=Mary Bearsley, dau. of William 
Bearsley of Essington, co. 
Stafford, gent ; died 5 January 
173^, bur. in Wolverhampton 
Church. 



Two daughters, 
died in infancy. 



Rev. James Hinckes, Rector 
of Stone, CO. Stafford ; born 
19 May 1708; of Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
II May 1725, B.A. 1735; 
M.A. 1739; mentioned in 
the will of his uncle Samuel 
2 February i74f ; died 13 
November, bur. at Bushbury, 
CO. Stafford, 17 November 
1764. Portrait at Foxley, 
CO. Hereford. /^ 



=Diana Tichborne, dau. of Edmund 
Tichborne, by Diana his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Smart of Wolver- 
hampton ; born 28 October, bapt. 
at Wolverhampton i November 
1723; died II September, bur. at 
Bushbury 16 September 1803. M.I. 
Portrait at Foxley. 



{For issue see ^'Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XII., page I2y.) 



Peter Hinckes of Wolver- 
hampton, chandler; born 
4 June 1 709 ; executor to 
the wills of his father 18 
June 1747, and to his 
uncle Samuel 19 May 
1749; died 24 October 
1 781, bur. at Bushbury. 



107 



Gwydyr. 

[Vol. 12, p. 136.] 



Pedigree of Btirrell. 



Thomas Burrell of Cuckfield, co. Sussex,= 
gent (2nd son of Ralph Burrell of Cuck- 
field) ; died, aged 92, bur. at Cuckfield 
28 March 1606. 



=Dorothy Wyston, dau. 
of William Wyston of 
Ightham, co. Kent. 



Ninian Burrell of Holmsted, in=f=Jane Smith, dau. of Henry 



Cuckfield, esquire ; died, aged 74, 
2 September, bur. at Cuckfield 4 
September 16 14. M.I. Will dated 
4 April 16 14. Administration 
granted 9 May 161 5 (P.C.C. 
50 Riidd). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Horsham 16 November 16 15 
(C Vol. jsOy No- 3^)- He married 
istly by licence dated 17 January 
i58y, . . . ; and 2ndly by licence 
dated 2 November 1590, Agnes 
Esterfelde, widow. 



Smith of Peper Harrow, co. 
Surrey, gent, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Richard Covert of 
Slaugham, co. Sussex, esquire; 
marr. in 1598; administratrix 
to her husband 9 May 161 5; 
died, aged 77, bur. at Cuck- 
field 26 September 1655. 
She married 2ndly Peter 
Courthope of Cranbrook, co. 
Kent. 3rd wife. 



Margaret, mentioned in 
will of her nephew Ninian 
7 November 1628; bur. 
at Cuckfield 5 April 
1636. She married . . . 
Verrall, died before 7 
November 1628. 



Elizabeth, married James 
Franklin ; both living 7 
November 1628. 



Francis Wyatt of-=f=Timothie, bapt. at 



Rodsell, in Put- 
tenham, co. Surrey, 
gent ; died i De- 
cember 1634, bur. 
at Puttenham. 
M.I. Will dated 1 1 
November 1634, 
proved 1 o Feb- 
ruary 1 63|(P.C.C. 
12 Sadler). 



A 



Cuckfield 22 April 
1599; executrix to 
her husband's will 
10 February 163A; 
bur. at Puttenham 
26 March 1637. 
Will dated 3 March 
163^, proved 11 
May 1637 (P.C.C. 
77 Goare). 



Walter Burrell of Holmsted,= 
esquire; bapt. at Cuckfield 13 
July 1600; aged 14, 2 September 
1614 ; Carver to Queen Henrietta 
Maria ; executor to wills of his 
brother Ninian 18 November 
1628, and his sister, Timothie 
Wyatt, II May 1637 ; died i 
March, bur. at Cuckfield 4 March 
167^. M.I. Will dated 11 
January 167^, proved 31 May 
167 1 (P.C.C. 55 Drake). 



=Frances Hooper, 
daughter of John 
Hooper of Stock- 
bury, CO. Kent, by 
Frances his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Roberts of Glassen- 
bury, CO. Kent ; 
marr. before 7 
November 1628; 
bur. at Cuckfield 7 
September 1673. 



Walter Burrell, bapt. at Cuckfield 
1 6 March 1 6f^ ; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, and the Inner 
Temple, admitted November 
1647; died 4 March 165^, bur. 
at Cuckfield. M.I. 



Ninian Burrell of=[=Anne Culpeper, dau. of Sir William 



Holmsted, esquire ; 
bapt. at Cuckfield 
21 April 1631 ; 
bur. there 3 Sep- 
tember 1674. 



Culpeper of Wakehurst, co. Sussex, 
ist baronet; bapt. at Ardingly, co. 
Sussex, 16 September 1634; marr. 
there 3 December 1655; bur. at Cuck- 
field 23 April 1697. She married 
2ndly Allen Savage. 



Anne Burrell, born 11 
November, bapt. at Cuck- 
field 17 November, bur. 
there 4 December 1656. 



Peter Short of=f=Jane, born 24 August, bapt. at Cuckfield 



Tenterden, co. 
Kent. 



5 September 1658; marr. at Ardingly 23 June 
1 68 1, marriage licence (Lewes) dated 22 June. 



/K 



108 



Ninian Burrell, (?) born at Peper 
Harrow, co. Surrey ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, and of the Middle 
Temple; died, aged 27, in London, 
10 November, bur. at Cuckfield, 
CO. Sussex, 13 November 1628. 
M.I. Will dated 7 November 1628, 
proved 18 November 1628 (P.C.C. 
96 Barrington). 



Sir Alexander Culpeper= 
of Goudhurst, co. 
Kent, knight; marriage 
licence (Canterbury) 
dated 29 March 1624; 
died in 1639. ist 
husband. 



=Jane, bapt.==Nigel Rivers (son 
at Cuckfield of Sir John Rivers 
2 October of Penshurst, co. 
1603; bur. Kent); bur. at 
there 20 Oc- Hamsey,co. Sussex, 
tober 1668. II January 169^. 
2nd husband. 



Thomas Burrell of=y>Joan Newnham, dau. 



Lindfield, co. Sus- 
sex; bapt. at Cuck- 
field II April 1632; 
bur. at Lindfield 
13 May 1718. 



and coheir of Thomas 
Newnham of Wickham, 
in Lindfield ; marr. at 
Steyning, co. Sussex, 3 
January 165I; bur. at 
Lindfield 4 March 1 69!. 



Richard Bridger of Combe, in= 
Hamsey, esquire; born in 1620; 
entered his pedigree in the 
Visitation of Sussex 1662; M.P. 
for Lewes 13 February 167! to 
October 1695; bur. at Warming- 
hurst, CO. Sussex, 8 January 169!. 



A 



=Frances, bapt. 
at Cuckfield 
17 December 
1633 ; bur. at 
Hamsey 15 
January i68y. 



A 



Walter Burrell of Holmsted, in Cuckfield, esquire ; born Ninian Burrell, bapt. at 

8 March, bapt. at Cuckfield 19 March i66f ; died of small-pox Cuckfield 28 August 1662; 

21 Februar}', bur. at Cuckfield 4 March i68f. M.L Will dated died in 1705. 
19 February i68f, proved 26 April 1684 (P.C.C. 39 Hare). 



Thomas Burrell, bapt. at 
Cuckfield 31 March 1664, 
bur. there 20 May 1675. 



I 

William Burrell, bapt. at Cuckfield 
8 December 1665; (?) bur. there 
17 December 1708. 



i\Liry Burrell, bapt. at Cuck- 
field 7 October 1669, bur. 
there 23 November following. 



109 



Henry Courthope=Anne, bapt. at Cuckfield, 
of Cranbrook, co. co. Sussex, 28 February 
Kent. i6o|; living 3 March 

i63f 



Judith Burrell, bapt. 
at Cuckfield 1 1 June 
1606 ; bur. there 13 
August 1607. 



Alexander Burrell, bapt. 
at Cuckfield 20 October 
1607; living II January 
i67f. 



Jane, bapt. at Cuckfield 
17 April, bur. there 22 
November 1636. 



Jane Burrell of Cuckfield ; bapt. at Cuckfield 
10 January 163I; bur. there 16 January i7of. 
Will dated 23 January 169^, proved 9 May 
1709 (P.C.C. 108 Lane). 



John Burrell, born 
at Cuckfield 28 
December 1640. 



Elizabeth Goring,= 
dau. of Sir Henry 
Goring, baronet ; 
marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 14 
January i68y ; 
died 23 October, 
bur. at Cuckfield 
27 October 1681. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=Timothy Burrell of Cuckfield,= 
esquire; bapt. at Cuckfield 22 
January 164I; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, Barrister -at- Law ; 
executor to will of his sister 
Jane 9 May 1709; died 26 De- 
cember 1717, bur. at Cuckfield 
2 January i7i|. M.L Will 
dated 6 September 17 16 to 30 
August 17 1 7, proved 4 March 
171!^ (P.C.C. 53 Tenisofi). 



=Mary Charlton, dau.= 
of Sir Job Charlton 
of Ludford, co. Sus- 
sex; born at Ludford 
9 December 1657 ; 
marriage licence 

(Vicar-General) dated 
13 April 1683 ; bur. 
at Cuckfield 8 July 
1694. 2nd wife. 



=Elizabeth Chilcott, 
bur. at Cuckfield 
8 February 169^. 
3rd wife. 



Thomas, Lord Trevor ; of Trinity College, Cambridge,= 
admitted Fellow-Commoner 19 June 1708, aged 16, 
M.A. 1712; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 
Trevor of Bromham 19 June 1730; died 23 March, 
bur. at Bromham, co. Bedford, 29 March 1753. 
Administration granted 7 April 1753 (P.C.C.) /^ 



=Elizabeth, born 28 January, bapt. at 
Cuckfield 8 February 169I- ; marr. there 
2 February 17 if, marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 28 January 17 if; 
died 29 July 17 16, bur. at Cuckfield. 



Thomas Hooper=Dorothy, bapt. at Cuckfield, 
of Stockbury, co. co. Sussex, 31 January i6of ; 
Kent. died 10 November 1648, bur. 

at Stockbury. M.I. 



I 
Thomas Burrell of Tilgate, co. Sussex, gent ; 
bapt. at Cuckfield 10 March i6yy; mentioned 
in will of his brother Walter 1 1 January 167^ ; 
bur. 20 May 1675. 



George Salter=Elizabeth, bapt. at 

of London, Cuckfield 25 Feb- 

merchant. ruary i6i|^; marr. 

there 11 January 

163I; living 23 

February 169^. 



Elizabeth Moon-=John Burrell of Cuck-= 

keard, marr. at field, gent ; born 20 

Twineham, co. April,bapt.atSlaugham, 

Sussex, 21 Sep- co. Sussex, 28 April 

tember 1641 ; 16 14; died, aged 76, 

bur. at Cuck- 15 January, bur. at 

field 20 October Cuckfield 17 January 

1641. ist wife. 169^. M.I. 



'Bridget Short, 
dau. of Thomas 
Short of Tenter- 
den, CO. Kent ; 
marr. in 1644 ; 
bur.at Cuckfield 
(?) 28 December 
1678. 2nd wife. 



William Board= 
of Cuckfield, 
esquire. 



=Mary, bapt. at Cuckfield 
5 October 1645 ; marr. 
there 4 December 1687. 



John Burrell, bapt. at 
Cuckfield 17 June 1648; 
bur. there 10 May 1687. 



William Burrell, 
bapt. at Cuckfield 
28 July 1650. 



Walter Burrell, Thomas Burrell, born Jane, born 1 1 April, bapt. Peter Burrell, bapt. 

bapt.atCuckfield 18 January, bapt. at at Cuckfield 21 April at Cuckfield 15 

27 July 1654. Cuckfield 25 January 1661 ; bur. there 18 Jan- July 1662. 

i65f uary i67f. 



Richard 
Burrell. 



Elizabeth Knight, dau.=f=Alexander Burrell, bapt. 



and heir of John 
Knight of Doddington, 
CO. Cambridge. ist 
wife. /)\ 



at Cuckfield 11 Novem- 
ber 1645; living 23 
February 169I. 



=. . . Parker. 
2nd wife. 



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Ralph Burrell, 
bapt. at Cuckfield 
21 May 1648; 
bur. there 8 
October 1679. 



Peter Burrell of Langley Park, Beckenham,= 
CO. Kent, merchant ; bapt. at Cuckfield, co. 
Sussex, 3 January i6|^; bought the manor 
of Kelseys, in Beckenham, 1687 ; died, 
aged 69, 12 September, bur. at Beckenham 
7 2 September 17 18. M.I. Will dated 18 



March 17 1^, proved 
(P.C.C. 187 Tenison). 



I October 17 18 



=Isabella Merrik, dau. of John Merrik of Stubbers, 
in North Ockendon, co. Essex, by Isabel his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Burdett of Foremark, co. 
Derby, baronet {see page J32); married in 1687; 
executrix to her husband's will i October 17 18; 
died, aged 64, 15 February, bur. at Beckenham 
25 February 172I. M.I. Will dated 21 October 
1723, proved 3 May 1725 (P.C.C. 106 Ronmey). 



Richard Wyatt=j='Frances, not 



of Egham, co. 
Surrey ; living 
24Marchi783. 



. 18 March 
i7i|- ; marr. 
atBeckenham 
27 August 
1723- 



A 



Peter Burrell of Langley Park, Beckenham,- 
esquire ; born 6 August 1692 ; admitted to 
Merchant Taylors' School 10 March i7of ; 
Sub-Governor of the South Sea Company ; 
M.P. for Haslemere 26 March 1722 to 
April 1754, and for Dover 19 April 1755; 
High Sheriff of Kent 1732 ; died 17 April, 
bur. at Beckenham 26 April 1756. M.I. 
at Cuckfield and Beckenham. Will dated 
6 April 1756, proved 26 April 1756 (P.C.C. 
97 Glazier). 



Amy Raymond, 
dau. of Hugh Ray- 
mond of Saling 
Hall, CO. Essex, 
and of Langley, 
CO. Kent, esquire ; 
marr. 1 4 March 
172I ; died, aged 
89,16 Augusti789, 
bur.at Beckenham. 
M.I. 



Peter Burrell of Langley Park, Beckenham, esquire ; born= 
27 August, bapt. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, 18 
September 1724; admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 
in 1736, and St. John's College, Cambridge, 16 October 
1 741, B.A. 1745 ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 26 
November 1742, Barrister-at-Law 7 February 174!; M.P. 
for Launceston 30 December 1758, and for Totnes 18 
March 1768 to 1774 ; Surveyor-General of Crown Lands 
May 1769; F.R.S. 1752; died 6 November 1775, ^^^• 
at Beckenham. M.I. and at Cuckfield. Will dated 
30 October 1775, proved 22 November 1775 (P-C.C. 
404 Alexander). 



=Elizabeth Lewis, dau. and coheir of 
John Lewis of Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral 
28 March 1749; mentioned in will 
of her brother-in-law. Sir William 
Burrell, 11 November 1790; died, 
aged 80, 8 June 1794, bur. at 
Beckenham. M.I. Will dated 15 
and 16 November 1782, proved 11 
July 1794 (P.C.C. 349 Hobnan). 



Richard Henry= 
Alexander Bennet 
of Babraham, co. 
Cambridge; M.P. 
for Newport 1 2 
February 1770; 
F.R.S. 1767. 



^Elizabeth Amelia, 
born in King 
Street, Covent 
Garden, London, 
28 January, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 
26 February 17!^; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
20 January 1766. 



Algernon, Earl of Beverley=i=Isabella Susannah, born 



A 



(2nd son of Hugh, Duke of 
Northumberland) ; born 2 1 
January 1750; M.P. for North- 
umberland 13 October 1774 
to June 1786; succeeded his 
father by special remainder 
as Lord Lovaine, Baron of 
Alnwick, 6 June 1 786 ; Colonel 
Northumberland Militia 1778 
-1804 ; created 2 November 
1790, Earl of Beverley; died 
at Le Mans, near Nice, France, 
21 October 1830, bur. in the 
parish church, Marylebone, 
London. /f\ 



19 December 1750, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Westminster, 17 Jan- 
uary i75xj niarr. by 
special licence at Sion 
House, CO. Middlesex, 
8 June 1775 ; died 
in Portman Square, 
London, 24 January, 
bur. in the Northum- 
berland vault in 
Westminster Abbey 31 
January 18 12. 



Merrick Burrell, 
born in 1697, 
bur. at Becken- 
ham, CO. Kent, 
28 June fol- 
lowing. 



Thomas Dalyson=j=Isabella, bapt. at 



of Plaxtol, CO 
Kent, esquire ; 
born 5 October 
1684; died 4 Au- 
gust 1 741, bur. 
at Plaxtol. M.I. 
He married istly 
Jane, dau. of 
Captain Richard 
Etherington. /t\ 



Beckenham 1 7 
April 1698 ; 
marr. in 1729; 
died, aged 63, 
17 August 1762, 
bur. at Plaxtol. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Merrik Burrell of West Grinstead, 
CO. Sussex, baronet ; born 3 April, 
bapt. at Beckenham 5 November 
1699; admitted to Merchant Taylors' 
School 14 September 171 1; a Director 
and Governor of the Bank of England ; 
M.P. for Marlow 26 June 1747, for 
Grampound 19 April 1754 to March 
1768, for Haslemere 1 2 October 1774, and 
for Bedwyn 12 September 1780; created 
a baronet 15 July 1766; died, aged 87, 
6 April 1787. M.I. at West Grinstead 
and at Beckenham. Will dated 
24 March 1783, proved 20 April 1787 
(P.C.C. 159 Major). Portrait by Opie. 



Waiter Burrell, Richard Acland (brother=j=Anne, bapt. at Beckenham John Burfell, bapt. 
bapt. at Becken- of Sir Hugh Acland, 3 May 1702; marr. 8 Jan- at Beckenham 5 



ham 5 January, 
died in 1700. 



6th baronet) ; died in 
October 1735. M.I. at 
Beckenham. 



uary 173"; died 18 April 
1 77 1, bur. at Beckenham. 
M.I. 



A 



September, buried 
there 8 September 
1703. 



Tobias Frere,= 
died, aged 25, 
in Burlington 
Street, Lon- 
don, 26 March 
1763- 



=Amelia, born 22 
May, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, 
London, 25 June 
1727 ; married 
3 January 174J; 
bur. at Becken- 
ham 1 3 February 
1755- 



Raymond Burrell, John Burrell, admit- 

born 10 August, ted to Merchant 

bapt. at St. Peter's, Taylors' School 1739; 

Cornhill, London, bur. at Beckenham 



13 August 1728 ; 
bur. at Becken- 
ham 30 September 
1746. 



28 December 1739. 



Isabella Burrell, 
born 7 October 
1730; died 3 
March, bur. at 
Beckenham 9 
March 174I. 



Hugh, Duke of Northumberland, K.G. ; born 14 August, bapt. at=f=Frances Julia, born 21 



St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 25 August 1742; took the 
name of Percy in place of Smithson by Act of Parliament, 12 April 
1750; entered the Army 1759; Colonel 26 October 1764; Major- 
General 29 September 1775; served with distinction in America; 
Lieut.-General 1777; General 1793; Colonel Royal Horse Guards 
30 December 1806; M.P. for Westminster 15 March 1763 to December 
1776; succeeded his mother, 5 December 1776, as 3rd Baron Percy, 
and his father 6 June 1786, as 2nd Duke of Northumberland; 
Lord-Lieutenant of Northumberland 1786-99 and 1802-1817; 
F.S.A. 1787 ; F.R.S. 1788; K.G. 9 April 1788 ; died at Northumber- 
land House, London, 10 July, bur. in Westminster Abbey 19 July 
181 7. Will proved 12 February 1818 (P.C.C. 86 Cresswell). He 
married istly Lady Anne Stuart, dau. of John, 3rd Earl of Bute. 



December 1752, bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Westminster, 
19 January 1753; marr. 
at her mother's house, 
in Berkeley Square, Lon- 
don, 21 May 1779; died 
at Langley, co. Kent, 28 
April, bur. in the North- 
umberland vault in West- 
minster Abbey 10 May 
1820. Will proved 30 
May 1820 (P.C.C. 302 
Kent). 2nd wife. 



A\ 



113 



Sir William Burrell of West Grinstead, co. Sussex, baronet,= 
LL.D., F.R.S. ; born in Leadenhall Street, London, lo October, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, 24 October 1732; of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 30 June 1749; LL.B. 
1755; LL.D. 1760; Fellow of the College of Advocates 
3 November 1760; Chancellor of Worcester July 1764, and of 
Rochester August 1771 ; M.P. for Haslemere 19 March 1768; 
Commissioner of Excise 14 May 1774 to March 1790; 
F.R.S. ; F.S.A. ; succeeded his father-in-law as 2nd baronet 
by special remainder 24 August 1788; died at Deepdene, 
Dorking, co. Surrey, 20 January 1796, bur. at West Grinstead. 
M.L at Cuckfield. Will dated 11 November 1790, proved 16 
February 1796 (P.C.C. 56 Harris.) 



=Sophia Raymond, dau. and 
coheir of Sir Charles Ray- 
mond of Valentine House, 
Barking, co. Essex, ist 
baronet, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Webster of 
Bromley, co. Kent; marr. 13 
April 1773; died, aged 52, 
at Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
20 June 1802. She married 
2ndly the Rev. William Clay, 



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Sir Peter Burrell, Baron Gwydyr ; 
Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 16 June 
1754; M.P. for Haslemere 4 November 1776, 
and for Boston 23 March 1782 to May 
1796; knighted at St. James' Palace 6 July 
1781; appointed 14 August following Deputy 
Lord Great Chamberlain in right of his wife, 
and presided at the trial of Warren Hastings ; 
succeeded his great-uncle 6 April 1787, as 
2nd baronet; created 16 June 1796, Baron 
Gwydyr of Gwydyr ; died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 29 June, bur. at Edenham, co. Lincoln, 
13 July 1820. Will dated 18 September 181 2 
to 4 November 18 16, proved 4 December 1820 
(P.C.C. 671 Kent). 



born in=f=Lady Priscilla Barbara Elizabeth Bertie, 19th 
Baroness Willoughby of Eresby, dau. of 
Peregrine, 3rd Duke of Ancaster, Hereditary 
Lord Great Chamberlain of England, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas Panton of New- 
market, CO. Cambridge, and sister and coheir 
of Robert, 4th Duke of Ancaster; born 15 
February 1 761 ; marr. at her mother's house in 
Berkeley Square, London, 23 February 1779; 
the abeyance of the Barony of Willoughby of 
Eresby determined in her favour 18 March 
1780; died at Whitehall, London, 29 December 

1828, bur. at Swinstead, co. Lincoln, 9 January 

1829. Will dated 24 November 1828, proved 
16 July 1829 (P.C.C. 462 Liverpool). 



A 

(^For issue see " Visitation of England and JFa/es," 
Vol. XII., page J36.) 



Douglas, Duke of Hamilton= 
and Brandon, K.T. ; born at 
Holyrood House, Edinburgh, 
24 July 1756; succeeded his 
brother as 8th Duke 7 July 
1769; Keeper of Linlithgow 
Palace 1777 ; his claim to be 
Duke of Brandon acknow- 
ledged II June 1782; 
K.T. 23 December 1785 ; 
his mother 30 
1790 as Baron 
of Hameldon ; 
Lanark 
of the 



succeeded 
December 
Hamilton 

Lord-Lieutenant of 
1798, and Colonel 



Lanarkshire Militia; marr. by 
special licence in Hanover 
Street, London, 5 April 
1788; died at Hamilton 
Palace, co. Lanark, 2 August 
1799. ist husband. 



=Elizabeth Anne,= 
born 20 April 
1757 ; divorced 
by Act of Parlia- 
ment 1 794; died 
at Pembroke 
House, White- 
hall, London, 17 
January 1837. 



=Henry, Marquess of Exeter ; 
born 14 March 1754 ; of 
St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, M.A. 1773; M.P. for 
Stamford 11 October 1774; 
Recorder of Stamford 1794 ; 
succeeded his uncle as loth 
Earl of Exeter 26 December 
1793; created 4 February 
1 80 1, Marquess of Exeter; 
marr. at Langley Park 19 
August 1800; died at Pem- 
broke House, Whitehall, 
I May 1804, bur. at St. 
Martin's, Stamford. He 
married istly Emma, dau. 
of Thomas Vernon, and 
andly Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Hoggins. 2nd husband. 



Charlotte Maria 
Burrell, born 31 
August 1761 ; 
died 5 June, 
bur. at Becken- 
ham 7 June 
1762. M.L at 
Cuckfield. 



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Pedigree of Abney of Meashmn, co. Derby. 



Abney. 

[Vol. 12, p. ISO.] 



Robert Abney of Newton Burguland, in Swepston,=f=Arthurine Howe, 



CO. Leicester, gent (younger son of George Abney of 
Willesley, co. Derby, esquire, by Ellen his wife, dau. 
of John Wolseley of Wolseley, co. Stafford, esquire) ; 
died at Newton Burguland, bur. at Swepston 8 March 
i6o|. Will dated 5 March 160^ proved at Leicester 
2 July 1602. Inq. p. m. taken at Lutterworth 27 
September 1603 (C. 284, 20). 



dau. of Robert 
Howe ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 2 July 1602; 
bur. at Swep- 
ston 7 December 
1642. 



Thomas Abney of Newton= 
Burguland, gent ; bapt. at 
Swepston 18 April 1585; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 5 March i6o|^; bur. 
in Swepston Church. Will 
dated 21 December 1649, 
proved 7 July 1652 (P.C.C. 
196 Bowyer). 



:Anne Smith, dau. of Robert 
Smith of Lockington, co. 
Leicester, by Margaret his wife ; 
marriage licence (Leicester) 
dated 16 April 16 14; executrix 
to wills of her husband 7 July 
1652, and her son Robert 27 
April 1658; died 4 June 1678, 
bur. at Swepston. 



Rev. Edward=j=Anne, bapt. at 



Beale, died in 
1624. Adminis- 
tration granted 
at Leicester. 



Swepston 4 Sep- 
tember 1586 ; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
5 March \(io\\ 
marriage licence 
(Leicester) dated 
14 November 
1614. 



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Ellen, bapt. at 
Swepston 22 
April 1616 ; 
marr. there 2 
February 16 3f, 
Richard Bate 
of Nailstone, 
CO. Leicester. 



Thomas Derby= 
of LuUington, 
CO. Derby ; 
living 21 De- 
cember 1649. 



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=Anne, bapt. 
at Swepston 
2 November 
1617 ; living 
21 December 
1649. 



Robert Abney of Newton= 
Burguland, gent; bapt. at 
Swepston 25 March 162 1; 
Captain in Lord Grey's 
Horse. Will dated 27 
November 1657, proved 
27 April 1658 (P.C.C. 
213 Wotton). 



=Anne Ullock, dau. 
of George Ullock, 
by Anne his wife ; 
bapt. at Gresley, 
CO. Derby, 29 
April 1632 ; marr. 
at LuUington 25 
July . . . 



Rebecca Abney, 
bapt. at Swepston 
23 November 
1623; living 21 
December 1649. 



I 
William Sarson=j=Mary, bapt. at 



of Shackerstone, 
CO. Leicester. 



Swepston 28 May 
1626. 



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I 
George Abney, 
bapt. at Swep- 
ston 2 1 Septem- 
ber, bur. there 
26 September 
1628. 



Sarah Abney, bapt. 
at Swepston 27 
September 1629; 
living 2 1 December 
1649. 



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Ellen, bapt. at Swep- 
ston, CO. Leicester, 25 
June 1591 ; mentioned 
in her father's will 
5 March i6o|^; married 
John Glen of Bilston, 
CO. Leicester, yeoman, 
marriage licence (Lei- 
cester) dated 25 May 
1608. 



John Abney of Lough-= 
borough, CO. Leicester; 
bapt. at Swepston 22 
December 1596; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 5 March i6o|^; 
bur. at Loughborough 
2 October 1658. Ad- 
ministration granted i 
January 165! (P.C.C.) 



=Dorothy, marriage licence 
(Leicester) dated 18 Oc- 
tober 1 6 1 8 ; administratrix 
to her husband i January 
165!; bur. at Lough- 
borough 25 March 1660. 
Administration granted at 
Leicester 30 April 1661, 
to James Abney, gent, 
son. She married istly 
Geoffrey Harryman of 
Loughborough. 



Isabel, mentioned 
in her father's will 
5 March i6o|-; 
married Thomas 
Button of Winsill, 
CO. Derby, mar- 
riage licence 
(Leicester) dated 
7 January i62f. 



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Anne Carver, dau.= 
of Joseph Carver 
of Heather, co. 
Leicester, istwife. 



'Thomas Abney of Newton Burguland, in Swepston ;= 
bapt. at Swepston 10 July 1632 ; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of Leicester 16 March i68|; 
died 29 May 17 14. 



Thomas Abney, aged 21, 16 March 
168^; bur. at Swepston 27 August 
1683. 



=Susanna Swindale, 
dau. of George 
Swindale of Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch, co. 
Leicester ; bur. at 
Swepston 10 Jan- 
uary 173^. 2nd 
wife. 



Arthur More of=Anne, bapt. at George Abney, 

Shackerstone, co. Swepston 30 bapt. at Swep- 

Leicester. June 1663 ; ston 18 May 

marr. there i 1665; bur. there 

January i684. 14 April 1666. 



Robert Shipton=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
of Tamworth, Swepston 6 Decem- 
co. Warwick, ber 1666 ; marr. there 
mercer. in January 17 of ; bur. 

14 February 172^. 



Edward Abney, 
bapt. at Ham- 
stall- Ridware, CO. 
Stafford, 24 Jan- 
uary 170! ; bur. 
there 24 February 
following. 



Thomas Abney, born 
I January, bapt. at 
Swepston 6 January 
i7o|-; bur. at Swep- 
ston 5 April 1728. 



Joseph Abney, 
born and bapt. 
at Swepston 14 
January i7of, 
bur. there the 
next day. 



Robert Abney of 01dbury= 
Mill, near Birmingham ; 
born 29 December 1706, 
bapt. at Swepston 7 January 
170^; High Sheriff for 
CO. Warwick. 



Susannah, married Roger 
Holmes of Walsall, co. 
Stafford, attorney. 

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Susanna Abney, bapt. at 
Swepston, co. Leicester, 
14 September 1669; bur. 
there 12 August 1671. 



Prudence Abney, bapt. at 
Swepston 20 November 
1670; bur. there 27 
August 1683. 



Edward Abney, Robert Abney of Newton= 

bapt. at Swep- Burguland, in Swepston 

ston 10 January gent; bapt. at Swepston 

167^ I March 1675 ; bur. there 

26 April 1745. Will 

dated i September 1744, 

proved 13 May 1745 

(P.C.C. 130 Seymer). 



=Mary Webb, dau. 
of William Webb of 
Hamstall-Ridware, co. 
Stafford, by Mary James 
his wife; bapt. at 
Hamstall-Ridware 26 
February i68|; marr. 
there 19 June 1701 ; 
bur. at Swepston 23 
August 1 7 16. 



George Abney, bom=j= 
26 December 1707, 
bapt. at Swepston 6 
January 170^. 

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. . . Matthew=Susanna, born 23 February, 
of St. Albans, bapt. at Swepston 10 March 
CO. Hertford, i7of ; marr. there 3 January 
ironmonger. i73i; bur, 8 February 1763. 



James Abney, 
bapt. at Swep- 
ston 30 October 
171 1 ; bur. there 
15 July 1729. 



Edward Abney, William Abney of Measham, co.^ 
bapt. at Swep- Derby, esquire; born 25 November, 
ston 24 October bapt. at Swepston 29 December 
1712; bur. there 17 13; of the Inner Temple; executor 
18 April 1730. to his father's will 13 May 1745; 

died at Measham 2 August 1800. 

Will dated 15 February 1799, 

proved 11 September 1800 (P.C.C. 

640 Adderley). 



Catherine Wotton, 
dau. and heir of 
Thomas Wotton of 
Little Cannons, co. 
Hertford ; marr. 2 2 
July 1743 ; bur. at 
Swepston 1 5 May 
1790. 



Mary Abney, bapt. 
at Swepston 28 
December 17 14, 
bur. there 16 Jan- 
uary following. 



Anne Bracebridge, dau. and coheir of= 
Philip Bracebridge, D.D., and heir 
to her uncle, Samuel Bracebridge of 
Lindley Hall, co. Leicester ; married 
at Higham, co. Leicester, 17 March 
1770; died in April 1793, bur. at 
Drayton, co. Leicester, ist wife. 



=Robert Abney of= 
Lindley Hall, 
esquire ; born in 
1748 ; High 

Sheriff for co. 
Leicester 1777. 



=Elizabeth Kirk, marr. in September 
1800; died, aged 90, 27 November 
1830, bur. at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 
CO. Leicester, M.L She married 
istly Joseph Bacon of Bunby, co. 
Lincoln, and 2ndly James Richards 
of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 2nd wife. 



Samuel Bracebridge Abney, born 4 February, bapt. at Higham 
I April 177 1 ; High Sheriff for co. Leicester 1797; died at 
Altona 6 June 1803. Will dated 18 July 1801, proved i July 
1803 (P.C.C. 603 Marriott). 



William Abney (twin with 
Anne), born at Lindley 17 
January 1772; died aged 
II weeks. 



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Edward Abney, bapt. at 
Svvepston, co. Leicester, 
23 April 1674 ; bur. 
there 17 January 170 J. 



Mary Abney, bapt. 
at Swepston 1 5 
May, bur. there 
27 May 1676. 



Samuel Abney, 
bur. at Swep- 
ston 26 August 
1677. 



Joseph Abney, 
bapt. at Swep- 
ston 6 October 
1678. 



George Abney, 
bapt. at Swep- 
ston 14 July 
1680. 



Mary Sharp, dau. of=f=Edward Abney of Measham, co. Derby ;= 



William Sharp of 
Leicester ; bur. at 
Swepston 23 August 
1776. I St wife. 



born 8 February 1751; died at Measham 
Hall 26 June 1827. Will dated 25 Oc- 
tober 1819, proved 5 December 1827 
(P.C.C. 679 Heber). Portrait, with his 
2nd wife, by Joseph Wright (of Derby), 
A.R.A., at Measham Hall. 



Catharine Martha Abney, bur. 
at Swepston 3 September 1776. 



=Hephzibah Need, dau. of 
Samuel Need of Arnold, co. 
Nottingham, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of John Gibson of 
Hackney, co. Middlesex ; bom 
in 1758; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Nottingham, 1 7 November 
1779; died at Measham in 
1 84 1. 2nd wife. 



William Wootton Abney= 
of Fulford, CO. York ; 
entered the Royal Horse 
Guards as Comet 26 
February 1801 ; Lieu- 
tenant 1803; Captain 
14 November 1805; 
died, aged 42, at Ful- 
ford 18 May, bur. there 
25 May 1822. M.L 



=Elizabeth Richardson, dau. 
of Colonel William Richard- 
son of Fulford House ; 
marr. at Fulford 8 April 
1806; died, aged 70, at 
The Firs, near Derby, i 
September, bur. at Little- 
over, CO. Derby, 5 Sep- 
tember 1855. Portrait at 
Meashafn Hall. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England arid 
Wales," Vol. XII., page 150) 



Edward Abney of Wil-= 
lesley Hall, co. Leicester; 
born in 1788; admitted 
to Repton School in 
May 1802; entered the 
Army as Ensign 52nd 
Foot 12 September 1805 ; 
died in 1839. Will 
dated 3 September 1836, 
with codicil dated 5 June 
1839, proved 14 August 
1840 (P.C.C. ^ixArden). 



=Ellen Rose 
Holden, dau. 
of Hyla 

Holden of 
Wednesbury, 
CO. Stafford ; 
married in 
1822. 



Rev. Samuel Bracebridge Heming, Rector of Ravenstone, co.= 
Leicester, and Weddington, co. Warwick (son of George Heming, 
by Amicia his wife, dau. and coheir of Philip Bracebridge, D.D.); 
born at Caldecote, co. Warwick; educated at Rugby 1779-85, 
and St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1793; Fellow of Caius 
1795; M.A. 1796; Rector of Weddington 1797, of Drayton St. 
James, co. Leicester, 1797, of Ravenstone 3 June 1799 to 1809, 
of Newbold Verdon, co. Leicester, 5 July 18 16 to 1822, of Fenny 
Drayton 2 November 1824, and of Caldecote December 1841; 
died, aged 88, at Fenny Drayton 15 December 1856. 



=Anne (twin with William), 
born at Lindley, co. 
Leicester, 17 January, 
baptised at Higham, co. 
Leicester, 29 May 1772; 
married 8 December 1800. 



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George Abney, of John Swinfen of Swinfen, co. Stafford ; assumed=j=Mary Clarke, marr. 



Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
23 January 1772, 
aged 19. 



William Abney. 



by Act of Parliament dated 1771, the name 
of Swinfen in place of Grundy ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Stafford 1778; died 12 August 1828. He 
married 2ndly Anne, dau. of Francis Ford of 
Barbados, West Indies, and sister of Sir Francis 
Ford, I St baronet. 



at Measham, co. 
Derby, 9 November 
1767. 



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Rev. Thomas Beaumont Burnaby, Rector of Asfordby, co. Leicester ;=f=Catherine Clarke, marr. 



educated at Uppingham and St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 11 July 1761, aged 19; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769; Rector of 
Wymington, co. Bedford, 13 September 1774 to 1776; Vicar 
of Ashby-Folville, co. Leicester, 21 December 1776; Rector of 
Asfordby (on his own presentation) 17 May 1777; Lord of the 
Manor of Asfordby and J. P. for co. Leicester; died, aged 83, 
15 June 1823, bur. at Asfordby. M.L /K 



at Measham 31 October 
1780; died 26 April 
1825, bur. at Asfordby. 
M.L 



Henry Walker of Blyth Hall, co. Nottingham, and of Clifton= 
Park and Eastwood House, Rotherham, co. York ; born at 
Clifton Park 3 February 1785 ; Lieut.- Colonel Tickhill 
Regiment of the West Riding Militia; J. P., D.L. and High 
Sheriff for co. Nottingham; died at Clifton Park 19 January, 
bur. at Masbrough, co. York, 23 January i86o. Will dated 
8 May 1858, with codicil dated 20 August 1859, proved 
5 May i860 (Prin. Reg., 353, 60). Portrait by Jo hi Zoffany, 
R.A., in the possession of his grandson, Arthur Edward 
Walker of Blyth Lodge, Eastbourne. 



/^e-*L/^y^f^ 



s^ 



c^^^^i: — 



=Elizabeth, marr. at Melbourne, 
CO. Derby, 8 September 1806; 
died at Clifton Park 9 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Masbrough 13 
February 1850. Portrait by 
John Zoffany, R.A., in the 
possession of Arthur Edward 
Walker of Blyth Lodge, 
Eastbourne. 




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A/^^^^'^uu^. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XV, page 32.) 



Hephzibah Con- Ellen Clarke, mar- Major Richard Playne Smith,=Albreda de Wiveleslie 
stance Abney. ried in 1864, Pierce Cornet loth Hussars 26 Octo- Beatrice, married at 
Eustace Barron ber 1841 ; Lieutenant 1846; Sydenham, co. Kent, 
of Glenview, co. Captain 1852 ; retired as Major 13 January 1859. 
Waterford. 30 March i860; served in 

Crimean War April to July 
1855 (medal with clasp and 
Turkish medal). 



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mean. 

12, p. 1 60.] 




Pedigree of Duncan. 



Alexander Duncan of Aberdeen, =T=Christian Liddell, 



in Scotland, merchant and Town's 
Serjeant (son of John Duncan 
and Isobel Gib his wife) ; bapt. 
at Aberdeen 30 April 1638; 
living 25 September 1692. 



Hellen, 
bapt. at 
Aberdeen 
June 
1674. 



marr. at Aberdeen 
16 January 1672. 



Christian Robert-=f=Rev. John Duncan, 



son, dau. of John 
Robertson of 
Gossaburgh, in 
Veil, Shetland, 
by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Gilbert 
Tyrie of Queyon. 
I St wife. 



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Minister of Bres- 
say and Barra, in 
Zetland ; bapt. at 
Aberdeen 4 Octo- 
ber 1676; licenced 
by the Presbytery 
of Aberdeen i 
August 1705 ; or- 
dained 23 March 
1715 ; died I 
March 1736. 



=Margaret Jack- 
son, dau. of 
Robert Jack- 
son of Law- 
houses ; marr. 
in July 1730. 
2nd wife. 



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Christian, bapt. 
at Aberdeen 13 
June 1679. 



Rev. George Duncan, Minister of=i=Ann Hair, dau. of James Hair, M.P. 



Lochrutton, co. Dumfries ; bapt. at 
Aberdeen 25 September 1692 ; 
ordained Minister of Lochrutton 
23 April 1728 ; accidentally drowned 
while bathing 17 July 1765. 



for Lanark Burgh; born in 1696; 
married 26 October 1730; died at 
Lochrutton 2 December 1741. She 
married istly Robert Boyd of Mary- 
holm, CO. Dumfries, writer. 



Robert Duncan, born 
19 September 1731 ; 
died on the coast of 
New Guinea 8 May 
1752- 



Ann Duncan, born 
27 December 1732; 
died at Millbank 
in November 1807. 



John Duncan, born 

7 April 1734; died 

at Paisley 21 Feb- 
ruary 1753. 



Christian Duncan, born 
28 April 1737 ; died at 
Edinburgh 1 9 September 
1782. 



Rev. George Duncan, Minister of Lochrutton, co. Dumfries ;= 
born at Lochrutton 15 September 1738; educated at Edin- 
burgh University 1764-65; succeeded his father as Minister 
of Lochrutton 24 April 1766; 
died at Lochrutton 17 March 
1807, bur. there. Portrait in oils 
at Edgcote Rectory, Banbury, co. \ ^t^T 
Oxford, ifi the possession of 
William MacDoumll Duncati. 




um^i^ 



=Ann McMurdo, dau. of William 
McMurdo, Burgess and Magis- 
trate of Dumfries, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of William Blacklock ; 
born in September 1745; marr. 
4 June 1770; died at The 
Manse, Ruthwell, co. Dumfries, 
in July 1824. 



George Duncan of Liverpool,= 
CO. Lancaster, merchant ; born 
at Lochrutton 4 April 1 7 7 1 ; 
died at Great George's Street, 
Liverpool, 14 February 183 1, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Toxteth 
Park, Liverpool. 



=Christian Currie, dau. of the Rev. James Currie, Minister 
of Middlebie, co. Dumfries, by Jane his wife, only child of 
Robert Boyd of Maryholm, co. Dumfries (see previous page) ; 
born in 1765; marr. in Edinburgh (by the Rev. George 
Duncan) 29 February 1796; died in Great George's Street, 
Liverpool, 4 May, bur. at St. Michael's, Toxteth Park, 
Liverpool, 9 May 18 18. 



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{For issue see ^^ Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIII., page 8s.) 



William McMurdo Duncan of 
Square, Liverpool ; born at 
November 1772; died at Toxteth 
at St. Michael's, Toxteth Park, 2 
Will dated 7 December 1848, 
proved 29 October 1853 
(P.C.C. 723, 53). Miniature 
by Hargreaves at Old Birth- 
waite House, \Vi71dermere, co. 
Westmorland, in the posses siofi 
of Mrs. William Rathbone 
Duncan. 



Great George's=f=Marianne Tobin, dau. of Patrick Tobin 



Lochrutton 28 
, Liverpool, bur. 
8 January 1853. 





of Kirkbraddan, Isle of Man, by Helen 
Breckle his wife; born 26 May 1776; 
marr. at St. Anne's, Liverpool, 26 October 
1798; executrix to her husband's will 
29 October 1853 ; died at Toxteth, 
Liverpool, 7 January i860, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Toxteth Park. Miniature by 
Hargreaves at Old Birthivaite House, 
Windermere, in tJie possessiofi of Airs. 
William Rathbone Duncan. 






CA-T^. C />^^1^ . 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
]"ol. XII, page 160.) 



Agnes Craig, only= 
surviving child of 
the Rev. John 
Craig, Minister of 
RuthwelljCO. Dum- 
fries, by Barbara 
his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. - Orr, 
Minister of Hod- 
dom, CO. Dum- 
fries ; married in 
November 1804; 
died in January 
1832. I St wife. 



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=Rev. Henry Duncan, D.D., Minister of Ruthwell ;= 
born at Lochrutton, co. Dumfries, 8 October 1774 ; 
educated at Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities; 
ordained to the parish of Ruthwell 19 September 
1799; D.D. (St. Andrew's) November 1823; originator 
of the movement for Savings Banks ; Moderator of 
the General Assembly 1839; author of "Sacred 
Philosophy of the Seasons," and other works ; died at 
Ruthwell 12 February 1846, bur. there. Statue to his 
memory at Dumfries. {See ^''Dictionary of National 
Biogrciphy" Vol. XVI, page 16^.) 



=Mary Grey, dau. 
of George Grey 
of West Ord, co. 
Northumberland ; 
marr. in October 
1836; author of 
"Children of the 
Manse," and other 
works. She mar- 
ried istly the Rev. 
Robert Lundie of 
Kelso, CO. Rox- 
burgh. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Thomas Tudor=i=Frances Brooks, 



Duncan, D.D., of 
ApplegarthjCo. Dum- 
fries ; born 24 June 
1776 ; educated 
at St. Andrew's 
University. }^ 



dau. of Joseph 
Brooks of 
Liverpool. 



Robert Duncan, 
born 28 Jan- 
uary 1781 ; died 
at Courlangan 
in 1854. 



Christian, born 22 
August 1782; died 
in 1843. She 
married in 18 19, 
Walter Philipps 
of Courlangan, 

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Mary, born 1 9 
February 1784 ; 
died in 1858. 
She married the 
Rev. . . . Inglis, 
D.D. 



Duncan. Register Extracts relating to the Family of Duncan. 

[Vol. 12, p. 1 60.] 



PARISH OF ABERDEEN. 
Baptisms, 1567-1700. 

1574. The 20''' day of June, year of God 1574 years, William Duncan and 
Marjorie Anderson, had a son baptised in Aberdeen by M"" John Craig, 
minister, gotten in marriage, called John; James Anderson, John Ewing, 
Marion Kyntor, witnesses to the same. 

1574. S'"^ August. Troelus Duncan and Effe Cunyngaym had a daughter 
baptised in Aberdeen by M"" John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, 
called Margaret ; Thomas Fynne, Margaret Gordone, Geillis Traill, 
witnesses to the same. 

1574. January 6th. John Duncan and Margaret Craigheid had a daughter 
baptised in Aberdeen by M"" John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, 
called Isbell ; James Robertsoun, Isobel Caringill, Margaret Mortimer, 
witnesses. 

1575- S""*^ Ju'y- David Duncan and Isobel Loremer had a daughter baptised 
in Aberdeen by M"" John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, called 
Marjorie ; Walter Lowson, Marjorie Sowillis, Besse Weille, witnesses to 
the same. 

1576. July 8'\ John Duncan and Margaret Craigheid had a son baptised in 
Aberdeen by M'' John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, called Mathow ; 
George Elphenston, Mathow Gwell, Elspaitt Lumisden, witnesses to the 
same. 

1576. August 26'^. David Duncan and Isobel Loremer had a daughter baptised 
in Aberdeen by M"" John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, called 
Margaret ; Andrew Borear, Margaret Craigheid, Janet Arndill, witnesses 
to the same. 

1576. November 15'^ William Duncan and Marjory Anderson had a daughter 
baptised in Aberdeen by M"^ John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, 
called Elspat ; witnesses : Hew Herwe, Elspet Mydilton, Margaret 
Mortymer. 

1576. November 25"*. Troelus Duncan and Effe Cunyngayme had a daughter 
baptised in Aberdeen by IM"" John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, 
called Margaret ; witnesses : Alexander Malison, Margaret Craigheid, 
Elspat Mark. 

1577. October 6'^. John Duncan and Margaret Craighead had a daughter 
baptised in Aberdeen by M'' John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, 
called Bisse ; witnesses : William Urquhart, Nause Raittray, Bisse 
Seyngzour. 

1579. March 26'^ Troelus Duncan and Effe Cunyngayme had a son baptised 
in Aberdeen by M"^ John Craig, minister, gotten in marriage, called 
William ; witnesses : M"" John Kennedy, Andrew Dowin, Ellison Horner. 

1587. November iq'!^. Trolus Duncan and Christian Layng, daughter in 
marriage, called Bisse ; witnesses : James Johnston, John Duncan, 
Christian Red, Isbell Cargill, 

1605. December 10'^. John Duncan, elder, a son named John; Thomas King 
and John Duncan, skipper, witnesses. 

1607. July 2^^. Alexander Duncan, a son named Robert; Robert Alschunder 
and George Johnstoun, witnesses. 



i6io, February 13'^. Alexander Duncan and a son; M"" William Moir, Duncan. 

Patrick Jak and Alexander Fewzeon, witnesses, named . [Vol. 12, p. 160.] 

1 6 13. March 23''''. Alexander Duncan and Isobel Alschunder, a son named 

John ; William Duncan, M"" John Duncan, William Simsone and James 

Home, witnesses. 

1630. John Duncane and Isobel Gib, a son baptised 14'^ June called James; 
Robert Skein, Andrew Birnie, Robert Crukschank, Alexander Burnet, 
Gilbert Anderson, Robert Raa. 

1 63 1. December 10'^. John Duncane and Hellein Gib, a daughter, her name 
Janet, baptised by M"" James Sibbald ; M"" Alexander Davidsone, Johne 
Alexander, Thomas Burnet, George Leisk, Patrick Forbes, Paul Meingzeis, 
godfathers. 

1634. July 15'^ John Duncane and Hellein Gib, a son, his name Patrick, 
baptised by M"" James Sibbald, doctor of divinity ; D"" William Johnestoune, 
James Cruikshank, Andrew Howesonne, William Petrie, Gilbert Andersone 
and Matthew Robertsone, godfathers. 

1638. April 30'^ John Duncane and Isobel Gib, a son, his name Alexander, 
baptised by D"" William Guild ; Paul Ingles, George Innes, M"^ William 
Johnestone, Andrew Burnett, Adam Gordonne, John Ingrahame and 
Alexander Farquhar, godfathers. 

1641. March 16'''. George Duncane, a daughter named Elspet, baptised by 
D"" William Guild, crounner ; Thomas Gairdyne, Paull CoUinsone, Thomas 
Cargill, Adame Gordonne, Alexander Thomsone, Robert Fergussone, 
godfathers. 

1646. March 19'*^. John Duncane, a daughter named Elspet, baptised by 
M"" William Robertsone; Paull CoUinsone, James Gordonne, John Leslie, 
George Barclay, George Leslie, godfathers. 

1658. June 17'^ Alexander Duncane and Bessie Barnet, a son, called Thomas; 
Thomas Ritchie, Thomas Hutcheone, Robert Leslie, James Duncane, 
William Sangster, younger, godfathers. 

1674. June i^K Alexander Duncan and Christian Liddle, his spouse, had a 
daughter, baptised by M"" John Menzies, called Hellin ; Patrick Moire, late 
bailie, Normand Lesly, George Auldtonne and James Liddle, godfathers. , 

1676. October 4'''. Alexander Duncan and Christian Liddell, his spouse, had 
a son baptised by M"" Patrick Sibbald, called John ; M"" John Farquhare, 
John Moire, surgeon, John Leslie, younger, John Gordon, John Gordon, 
faidler, godfathers. 

1679. June 13''^. Alexander Duncan and Christian Liddell, his spouse, had a 
daughter baptised by M"" Patrick Sibbald, called Christian ; AP Alexander 
Robertson, Clerk, M"" Alexander Robertson, fiscall, William Robertson, 
elder, Walter Robertson, younger, Thomas Mortimer, Adam Smith. 

1692. September 25'^. Alexander Duncan, merchant and town sergeant, and 
Christian Liddle, his spouse, had a son named George, baptised by 
D"" George Gorden, minister. 



Marriages, 1568-1700. 

1605. Alexander Duncan and Isobel Alschunair married 17"^ November. 

1614. James Duncan and Katharine Messone, married 23'''^ January by 

M"" James Ross. 
161 7. January 10'^. James Duncane and Annas Wilt by M"" James Ross. 
1655. Ensign Richard Ridley and Janet Duncane married 26''^ February. 
1672. Alexander Duncan and Christian Liddell was married 16'^ January. 

123 



Harrowby. 

[Vol. 12, p. 170.] 



Pedigree of Ryder. 



Rev. Dudley Ryder (son of Robert Ryder of Wisbech,= 
CO. Cambridge); aged 17 in 1645; of Magdalen 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1660; Rector of Bedworth, 
CO. Warwick, ejected after passing of Act of Uniformity 
1662. Will dated 23 January i6|§, proved 24 September 
i684(P.C.C. 117 Hare). 



=Anne Bickley, dau. 
of Richard Bickley of 
Halloughton, co. War- 
wick, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. and coheir 
of John Rudgeley. 



Anne Thornton of=f=Richard Ryder of Hackney, co. ]VIiddlesex,= 

Eltham, co. Kent ; 

marriage licence 

(Vicar-General) 

dated 29 July 

1 68 1, then aged 

about 20. I St wife. 



Citizen and Skinner of London ; aged 
about 25, 29 July 1681 ; executor to 
his father's will 24 September 1684 ; 
died 29 January, bur. at Hackney 
2 February 173I. Will dated i Septem- 
ber 1732, proved 2 April 1733 (P.C.C. 
131 Price). 



^Elizabeth Marshall, dau. of 
William Marshall of Lincoln's 
Inn, London, and of Bovingdon, 
CO. Hertford ; marriage licence 
(Vicar- General) dated 8 May 
1689, then aged about 22 ; 
bur. at St. John's, Hackney, 
6 December 1721. 2nd wife. 



Anne Ryder, bur. 
at St. John's, 
Hackney, 1 1 Oc- 
tober 1730. 



Richard Ryder of Cheapside,=f=Anne Lomax, dau. of Thomas Lomax 



London, Citizen and Skinner ; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 22 
November 1734; executor to 
his father's will 2 April 1733; 
bur. at St. Mildred's, Poultry, 
London. Will dated 12 March 
i73l» proved 26 January 173I 
(P.C.C. 19 Henchman). /^ 



of Westbrook Hay, co. Hertford, 
esquire ; executrix to her husband's will 
26 January 173I ; died at Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, 7 July 1758, bur. at 
St. Mildred's, Poultry, London. Will 
(undated) proved 7 August 1758, by 
Lomax Ryder, son (P.C.C. 249 Hutton). 



Rt. Hon'^'^Sir Dudley Ryder, knight,=j=Anne Newnham, dau. of 



Lord Chief Justice of England ; born 
4 November 1691 ; educated at 
Edinburgh and Leyden ; admitted 
to the Middle Temple 22 June 17 13, 
Barrister- at -Law 8 May 17 19, of 
Lincoln's Inn 26 July 1725, Bencher 
1733, Treasurer 1734; M.P. for 
St. Germans i March 173!, and for 
Tiverton 27 April 1734 to April 
1754 ; Solicitor- General January 
173^, Attorney-General 28 January 
173^ ; knighted at Whitehall 12 May 
1740; Chief Justice of the King's 
Bench 2 May 1754; Privy Councillor 
21 June 1754; received Patent, 
dated 24 May 1756, for his creation 
as Baron Ryder of Harrowby, but 
died the following day, buried at 
Grantham, co. Lincoln. M.I. Will 
dated 5 April 1756, proved 16 June 
1756 (P.C.C. 177 Glazier). 



Nathaniel Newnham of 
Streatham, co. Surrey ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 16 June 1756; 
died at Aix-in-Provence, 
France, 9 May 1774. 
Administration granted 
21 June 1774 (P.C.C.) 



William Ryder,= 
living I Sep- 
tember 1732. 



=Mary Burton, 
living 5 April 
1756- 



Dudley Baxter, Solicitor==Elizabeth, married at 
of Excise of Lincoln's Ely Chapel, Holborn, 
Inn; died 10 December London, i January 
1761. i75f. 



124 



Dudley Ryder of=i=Katherine 



Nuneaton, co. 
Warwick ; living 
23 January i6|f 



Shiers. 



A 



Benedi Ryder, 
living 23 Jan- 
uary i6l^. 



Robert Billio of Hackney, = 
CO. Middlesex, Dissenting 
Minister ; bur. at Hackney 
II May 1 7 10. 



=Sarah, (?) bur. 
at Hackney 
23 December 
1728. 



A 



Nathaniel Ryder, Lord Harrowby ; born 3 July,= 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, co. Middlesex, 
15 July 1735; M.P. for Tiverton 11 December 
1756 to May 1776; created 20 May 1776, Baron 
Harrowby of Harrowby ; died 20 June, bur. at 
Bath Abbey, co. Somerset, 25 June 1803. Will 
with four codicils dated 14 May 1796 to 6 De- 
cember 1802, proved 14 July 1803 (P.C.C. 630 
Marriott). 



=Elizabeth Terrick, dau. and coheir of the 
Rt. Rev. Richard Terrick, D.D., Bishop of 
London, by Tabitha his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. William Stainforth, Rector of Simon- 
burn, CO. Northumberland ; marr. at 
Lambeth, co. Surrey, 22 January 1762; 
executrix to her husband's will 14 July 
1803 ; died 24 August, bur. at Bath Abbey 
I September 1804. 



Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby ; born at St. George's, Hanover= 
Square, London, 22 December 1762 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1782; M.P. for Tiverton 3 April 1784 and June 1803; Under 
Foreign Secretary August 1789, Privy Councillor 3 March 1790, 
Comptroller of the Household 1790, Paymaster-General and Vice- 
President Board of Trade February 1791, Treasurer of the Navy May 
1800; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 20 June 1803; Foreign 
Secretary 14 May 1804, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster i July 
1805, Ambassador to Berlin October 1805, President of the India Board 
July 1809; created 19 July 1809, Viscount Sandon and Earl of 
Harrowby; Lord-President of the Council 1812-27; created D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 1814, LL.D. (Cambridge) 1833; died at Sandon House, co. 
Stafford, 26 December 1847. 



=Lady Susan Leveson 
Gower, dau. of Gran- 
ville, ist Marquess 
of Stafford, by Lady 
Louisa his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Scroop, ist 
Duke of Bridgewater; 
born in 1772 ; marr. 
at Lambeth Palace 
30 July 1795; died, 
aged 66, 26 May 
1836. 



Sir Hugh, Earl Fortescue, K.G. ; born in Pall Mall, London, 13 February=f=Susan, born at the 



1783, bapt. the same day; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
7 February 1800, B.A. 1803; M.A. 1810; M.P. for Barnstaple 4 August 
1804 to 1807, for St. Mawes 22 July 1807, for Buckingham 7 October 1812, 
for Devon 25 June 1818 and 13 August 1830 to 1832, for Tavistock 22 
May 1820 to 1830, and for North Devon 15 December 1832 to 1839; 
summoned to the House of Lords in his father's barony of Fortescue 
I March 1839; Privy Councillor and Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 3 April 
1839, Lord-Steward of the Household July 1846; K.G. 12 July 1856; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Earl Fortescue i6 June 1841 ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Devon 1839 ; died at Exeter, co. Devon, 14 September 
1861. He married 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Piers Geale and widow of 
Sir Marcus Somerville, baronet. A 

125 



Army Pay Office, 
London, 21 June 
1796 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 4 
July 1817 ; died 
30 July 1827. 



Francis Ryder,=j=(?) Barbara, 
living 23 January 



A\ 



Edward Harding of=7=Anne, not 20, 23 January i6||; 



St. Bartholomew-the- 
Less, London. 



marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
22 April 1690, then aged about 22. 



A 



Henry Ryder, Rt. Hon"'= Richard Ryder of Westbrook Hay, co.= 

born 22 No- Hertford; born 5 July 1766; educated at Harrow and 

vember, died at St. John's College, Cambridge, M.A. 1787; admitted 

25 November to Lincoln's Inn 9 February 1788, Barrister-at-Law 19 

1763. November 1791, Bencher 1812, Treasurer 1819; M.P. 

for Tiverton 26 February 1795 to 1831 ; Welsh Judge 

July 1804 to 1807 ; a Lord of the Treasury 15 September 

1807, Privy Councillor 25 November 1807, Judge 

Advocate-General 4 December 1807, Home Secretary 

I November 1809; Registrar of the Consistory Court; 

died at Westbrook Hay 18 September 1832. {See 

"■Diciiotiary of National Biography^' Vol Z., page 48.) 



=Frederica Skynner, 
dau. of Sir John 
Skynner, Lord Chief 
Baron of the Ex- 
chequer, by Martha 
his wife, dau. of Ed- 
ward Burn ; marr. 
by special licence 
at Lambeth Palace 
I August 1799; 
died 8 August 1821. 



Frederica Anna, died, aged 8 years, Susan Ryder, 
12 December 1808, bur. at Brighton, born in 1806. 

CO. Sussex. 



Sir Dudley Ryder, Earl of Harrowby, K.G. ; born at the Army=j=Lady Frances Stuart, dau. 
Pay Office 23 May, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, West- | of John, ist Marquess of 
minster, 26 June 1798; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated I Bute, by Frances his 2nd 
19 October 18 16, B.A. (ist-class in Litt. Hum. and Mathematics) ! wife, dau. of Thomas 
1820; M.A. 1832 ; created D.C.L. 5 July 1848 ; ALP. for Tiverton I Coutts; born 6 June 1801; 



6 July 1819 to 1831, and for Liverpool 21 October 1831 to 
1847, Secretary to the Lidian Board 18 December 1830 to 1831 ; 
an Ecclesiastical Commissioner 1847 ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Earl 26 December 1847 ; Privy Councillor 1855, Chancellor 
of the Duchy of Lancaster 31 March 1855, Lord Privy Seal 
December 1855; K.G. 28 June 1859; Vice-President of the 
Council 1874; F.R.S. 1853; High Steward of Tiverton, Governor 
of Charterhouse and a Trustee of the British Museum ; died 
at Sandon Hall, co. Stafford, 19 November, bur. at Sandon 23 
November 1882. Will dated 13 December 1877 to 9 October 
1878, proved 17 January 1883 (Prin. Reg., 42, 83). 



marr. at the British Lega- 
tion, Berne, Switzerland, 
15 September 1823; died 
at 39 Grosvenor Square, 
London, 29 March, bur. 
at Sandon 2 April 1859. 
Will dated 28 February 
1856 and 3 August 1858. 
Administration granted 4 
June 1859 (Prin. Reg., 
365, 59)- 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales;' Vol. XII., page 170) 



126 



John West of=Elizabeth, mentioned in her father's will 23 January i6|4; Mary, living 23 
St. Ives, CO. marriage licence (Faculty Office) 14 February 169^, then January 16^^. 
Huntingdon. aged 21. 



Elizabeth Ryder, bom 22 
November 1767; died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 20 
October 1830. 



Nathaniel Ryder, born 
at Shiplake, co. Oxford, 
12 August 1770; died in 
infancy i August 1771. 



Nathaniel Ryder, born at Streatham, 
CO. Surrey, 7 June 1775; died 18 
March 1776, bur. in South Audley 
Street Chapel, London. 



Commander Granville Dudley= 
Ryder, R.N., of Westbrook 
Hay, CO. Hertford ; born 
at Trentham, co. Stafford, 
26 November, bapt. there 
20 December 1799; entered 
the Navy as a Volunteer 
16 April 1813, Lieutenant 
2 September 181 9, retired 
1822, Commander i July 
1864; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted 27 
January 1823, M.A. 1825 ; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 
30 January 1824; M.P. for 
Tiverton 30 July 1830 to 
1832, and for co. Hertford 
5 July 1841 ; died at West- 
brook Hay 24 November 
1879. 



=Lady Georgiana 
Augusta Somerset, 
3rd dau. of Henry 
Charles, 6th Duke 
of Beaufort (see 
Pedigree of Somer- 
set, page 24), by 
Lady Charlotte 
Sophia (Leveson 
Gower) his wife, 
dau. of Granville, 
Marquess of Staf- 
ford ; born 8 Oc- 
tober 1800; marr. 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 30 May 
1825 ; died at 
Westbrook Hay 
30 March 1865. 



Admiral Edward Saurin=i=Mary, born in 



A 



(eldest son of the Rt. Honi^'^ 
William Saurin, Attorney- 
General for Ireland) ; entered 
the Navy as a Volunteer 
August 1802, Lieutenant 2 
May 1 8 1 o, severely wounded, 
with loss of his right arm, 
while commanding a boat 
attack near Lissa, 22 May 
181 2, being promoted 
Commander 12 December 
following, and receiving a 
pension. Captain 7 June 
1814; Commissioner of 
Stamps and Taxes 1827; 
promoted Rear-Admiral on 
the retired list 21 June 1850, 
Vice- Admiral 1857, Admiral 
1862; died at 37 Prince's 
Gate, Kensington, London, 
28 February 1878. /}\ 



April i»oi ; 
marr. at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, 15 
July 1828; 
died, in her 
1 00th year, 
at Ascot, CO. 
Berks, 5 Au- 
gust 1900. 



John, Lord Wharncliffe ; born at Egham, co. Surrey, 20 April 1801 ;= 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 December 1818; B.A. 
(ist-class Litt. Hum., 2nd-class Mathematics) 1822; M.P. for Bossiney 
2 June 1823 to 1830 and 16 February 1831 to 1832, and for co. 
York (West Riding) 12 July 1841 ; Secretary to the Board of Control 
for India February to December 1830; succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baron Wharncliffe of Wortley 19 December 1845; died at Wortley 
Hall, CO. York, 22 October 1855, bur. at Wortley. 



=Georgiana Elizabeth, 
born 23 April 1804; 
marr. at Sandon, co. 
Stafford, 12 Decem- 
ber 1825 ; died at 3 
Tilney Street, Mayfair, 
London, 22 August 



A 



127 



Rt. Rev. Henry Ryder, D.D., Bishop of Lichfield and=j=Sophia PhilHpps, 2nd Anne Ryder, 



Coventry; born 21 July 1777; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1798; D.D. 1813; Rector of Lutter- 
worth 27 August 1 80 1, Vicar of Clay brook 4 October 
1805, both CO. Leicester; Canon of Windsor 1808, 
Dean of Wells 16 December 18 12 to September 1831, 
Bishop of Gloucester 28 July 1815, and of Lichfield 10 
March 1824, Prebendary of Westminster 14 September 
1831 ; died at Hastings, co. Sussex, 31 March 1836. 
M.L in Lichfield Cathedral. {See ^^ Dictionary of 
National Biography^ Vol. L., page 45) A 



dau. of Thomas March 
Phillipps of Garendon 
Park, CO. Leicester ; 
marr. at Dishley, co. 
Leicester, 15 Decem- 
ber 1802 ; died, aged 
80, at Hambledon, 
CO. Buckingham, 30 
August 1862. 



born I No- 
vemberi779; 
died 26 June 
1801. 



Frederick Dudley Ryder, born at=j=Marian Charlotte Emily Cockayne, 



Trentham, co. Stafford, 11 July 
1806 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted 6 March 1824, M.A. 1827 ; 
died at Ickleford House, co. Hertford, 
19 November 1882, 



dau. and heir of Thomas Cockayne of 
Ickleford House, esquire ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
14 August 1S39 ; died at Ickleford 
House 31 March 1878. 



Edward Henry 
Dudley Ryder, 
born 2 7 October 
1809 ; died in 
April 181 1. 



A 



Rev. Lord Charles Amelius=f=Harriet Charlotte 



Hervey, D.D., Rector of 
Chesterford, co. Essex (5th 
son of Frederick William, 
ist Marquess of Bristol) ; 
born in St. James' Square, 
London, i November 18 14; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, M.A. 1836; Rector 
of Great and Little Chester- 
ford 27 May 1839 ; died at 
Great Chesterford 11 April 
1880. /t\ 



Sophia, born 28 
January 181 1 ; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
15 August 1839 ; 
died at Villa 
d'Este, Cernobbio, 
Lago di Como, 26 
September 1899. 



Hon^'^ George Matthew= 
Fortescue of Boconnoc, co. 
Cornwall, and Dropmore, 
CO. Buckingham (2nd son 
of Hugh, I St Earl Fortes- 
cue) ; born 21 May 1791 ; 
Lieutenant 14th Dragoons 
2 2 March 1 8 1 o ; Captain 
25th Dragoons 13 Septem- 
ber 1813; M.P.forHindon 
9 December 1826 to April 
1831 ; died at Boconnoc 
24 January 1877. /\ 



=Louisa Elizabeth, 
born in 1813 ; 
married at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, 29 Jan- 
uary 1833 ; died 
at Pilmuir, Tor- 
quay, CO. Devon, 
9 January 1899. 



128 




Pedigree of Bttrdett of Foremark, 
CO. Derby, Baronets. 



Burdett-Coutts 

[Vol. 12, p. 189.] 



Sir Thomas Burdett of Bramcott,= 
CO. Warwick, baronet (son and heir 
of Robert Burdett of Bramcott, 
esquire, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
the Very Rev. Thomas Wilson, D.D., 
Dean of Durham) ; born 3 August 
1585 ; succeeded his father at 
Bramcott 27 March 1603 ; of BaUiol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 May 
1603; Sheriff for co. Derby 16 10; 
created a baronet 25 February i6i| ; 
bur. at Repton, co. Derby. Will 
dated 13 June 1646, proved 22 
May 1647 (P.C.C. 99 Fines). He 
married 2ndly Elizabeth. 



=Jane Francis, dau. 
and heir of William 
Francis of Fore- 
mark, CO. Derby, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of William 
Francis of Ticken- 
hall, CO. Derby, 
who married 2ndly 
Hastings Gresley 
{see Vol. VIII., 
page yd) ; marr. in 
1602 ; buried at 
Repton 24 March 
i63i 



Sir Francis Burdett of= 
Foremark, baronet ; born 
10 September 1608; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 October 
1628; of the Inner Tem- 
ple, Barrister-at-Law 1637; 
executor to his father's 
will 22 May 1647 ; Sheriff 
for CO. Derby 1649; built 
and endowed the church 
of Foremark ; died 30 
December 1696, bur. at 
Repton. M.I. Will dated 
13 June 1694, proved 8 
February i69|- (P.C.C. 
22 Fyne). 



=Elizabeth Walter, dau. 
of Sir John Walter, 
Lord Chief Baron of 
the Exchequer, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of William Offley ; 
born in September 
1613 ; marr. in 1635 ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 8 February 
1 697^; died 17 April 
1 701, bur. at Fore- 
mark. M.I. Will 
dated 14 February 
169!, proved 14 May 
1701 (P.C.C. 59 
Dyer). 



Robert Burdett of=f=Mary Wright, dau. 



St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 
London, Citizen and 
Skinner, Master of the 
Skinners' Company 
1657 ; executor to 
will of Nathan Wright 
27 April 1658 ; fined 
for Alderman 5 June 
1656. Will dated 30 
March 1678, proved 
II November 1678 
(P.C.C. 120 Reeve). 



A 



of Nathan Wright 
of Cranham Hall, 
CO. Essex, Alder- 
man of London, 
by Anne P'leming 
his wife; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 1 1 November 
1678. Adminis- 
tration granted 10 
June 1681, to 
Nathan Burdett, 
son (P.C.C.) 



Edward Hopegood=T=Jane, born in 
of London, mercer; 1637; living 
(?) died before 14 11 September 
February 169!. 1732. 



Edmund Jodrell of Erdsly,= 
CO. Chester, esquire ; bapt. 
at Taxal, co. Chester, 8 
March 163I; High Sheriff 
for CO. Chester 1670; bur. 
at Taxal 1 7 December 1 7 1 3. 



A 



'Elizabeth, born in 1638; 
marr. 7 November 1661, 
marriage settlements 

dated i October; bur. 
at Taxal in December 
1707. 



A 



129 



Leicester Burdett, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 13 
June 1646; died 
at Aleppo before 
1662. 



Thomas Gresley of Lullington, co.= 
Derby, esquire (son and heir apparent 
of Sir George Gresley of Drakelow, co. 
Derby, ist baronet); of Trinity College, 
Oxford, 19 November 1619; D.L. for co. 
Derby 2 November 1642; died 19 De- 
cember 1642, bur. at Gresley, co. Derby. 
Administration granted at Lichfield. 



=Bridget, marriage settlements 
dated in 1622 ; bur. at Gresley 
25 November 1685. Will 
proved at Lichfield. Portrait 
at Drakelow in the possession 
of Sir Robert Gresley^ baronet. 



A 

i^For issue see Pedigree of Gresley, 
Vol. VIII., page 70.) 



B 



Mary Pigot, dau. of=f=Sir Robert Burdett of Foremark,=j=Magdalen Aston,= 

dau. of Sir Tho- 



Gervase Pigot of 
Thrumpton, co. Not- 
tingham, by Mary his 
ist wife, dau. and 
coheir of John St. 
Andrew of Gotham, 
CO. Nottingham; died, 
aged 26, 31 August 
1668, bur. at Fore- 
mark, CO. Derby, 
ist wife. 



baronet; born 11 January, bapt. 
at Repton 4 February 164"; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 21 March 165I; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 10 April 1662 ; 
M.P. for CO. Warwick 3 February 
167! to January 168^, and for 
Lichfield 14 January i68| to July 
1698 ; succeeded his father as 
3rd baronet 30 December 1696; 
died, aged 75, 18 January 17 if, 
bur. at Foremark. 



mas Aston of 
Aston, ist baronet, 
by Anne his 2nd 
wife, dau. and heir 
of Sir Henry Wil- 
loughby, baronet ; 
married in 1676 ; 
bur. at Foremark 
in 1694. 2nd wife. 



=Mary Brome, 
dau. of Thomas 
Brome of Crox- 
hall, CO. Derby; 
bur. at Fore- 
mark in 1742. 
^rd wife. 



Francis Burdett, Charles Jennens of Gopsall, co. Leicester, = 

born 3 Septem- esquire ; bapt. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 

1666, died 25 28 July 1662; of the Middle Temple; died, 

May following. aged 85, 4 July, bur. at Nether Whitacre, co. 

Warwick, 15 July 1747. Will dated 25 February 

i74y, proved i October 1747, by Charles 

Jennens, son (P.C.C. 258 Potter). He married 

istly Mary. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Foremark 10 De- 
cember 1667; marr. 
there 11 December 
1689 ; buried at 
Nether Whitacre 
ID January 17 of. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Robert Burdett of Bramcote, co.= 
Warwick ; born 25 June 1680 ; 
died 2 January, bur. at Foremark 
12 January 17 if. 



=Elizabeth Tracy, dau. of William, 4th Viscount Tracy 
of Rathcoole ; married 11 November 1704; died in 1747, 
bur. at Foremark. She married 2ndly Robert Holden of 
Aston, CO. Derby, esquire. 



Elizabeth Burdett of St. Marylebone, co. Middlesex ; 
mentioned in will of her great-uncle Walter 1 1 September 
1732 ; died 16 February 1762. Will dated 30 May 1748. 
Administration granted 3 March 1762 (P.C.C. 89 St. Eloy). 



Jane Burdett, born in 1707; 
mentioned in will of her great- 
aunt Dorothy 19 February 171!^; 
living 30 May 1748. 



130 



Dorothy Burdett, 
mentioned in will 
of her grand- 
mother Elizabeth 
i6 June 1635 ; 
bur. at Repton, 
CO. Derby, 5 June 
1641. 



Gilbert Thacker= 
of Repton, co. 
Derby, esquire ; 
bapt. at Repton 
18 March 159!. 



Jane, married 
after 16 June 
1635 ; _ men- 
tioned in will 
of her niece 
Mary 5 Jan- 
uary 169I; (?) 
bur. at Repton 
II June 1721. 



A\ 



George Bowes of Elford,= 
CO. Stafford, esquire; bapt. 
at Elford 21 December 
1620; admitted to the 
Inner Temple in Novem- 
ber 1638; died from a 
fall from his horse, bur. 
at Elford 26 December 
1656. 



=Mary, married 
after 13 June 
1646; bur. 
at Elford 16 
March il^. 



Francis Burdett, 
born in 1641 ; 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 14 
February 169!; 
died 18 April 
1709. 



Mary Burdett, born 
23 January 164!; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 13 June 
1694; died 15 April 
1 70 1. Will dated 
5 January 169^, 
proved 14 May 1 701 
(P.CC. 59 J^yer). 



Walter Burdett of Knoyle Hill, 
in Tickenhall, co. Derby; born 
in 1646; of Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matriculated i April 
1664, aged 17, B.A. 1667; of 
the Inner Temple, Barrister-at- 
Law 1674; executor to will of 
his sister Dorothy 25 June 
1 7 1 9 ; died in 1 7 3 2 . Will dated 
II September 1732, proved 13 
March 173I (P.CC. 75 ^«'^^)- 



Dorothy Burdett, born 
in 1648; mentioned 
in wills of her father 
13 June 1694, and 
her sister Mary 5 
January 169I; died 
4 September 17 18. 
Will dated 19 Feb- 
ruary 171^, proved 25 
June 1719 (P.CC. 
loi Browning). 



John Burdett. Sir John Cotton of Gidding, co.= 
Huntingdon, baronet ; succeeded his 
father as 6th and last baronet 12 July 
1749; died 27 March 1752, bur. at 
Gidding. Will dated 18 April 1750, 
with codicil dated 4 May 1751, proved 
23 May 1752 (P.CC 122 BetteswortK). 



=Jane, born 22 October 1689 ; 
executrix to her husband's will 
23 May 1752 ; died in St. Mary- 
lebone, co. Middlesex, 17 March 
1769, bur. at Gidding. Will dated 
2 November 1768, proved 22 April 
1769, by Frances Cotton, daughter 
(P.CC 117 Bogg). 



A 



Lieut.-Colonel Richard Pyott of=f=Mary, born in=Henry Delubain, 

Streethay, co. Stafford; Lieutenant 1708; execu- (?) died in 1763. 

Meredyth's Foot 9 March 171^, trix to her 2nd husband. 

Newton's Foot 17 13; Captain ist husband's 

Chudleigh's Foot 1715 ; Major will 14 August 

Sankey's Foot and Lieut.-Colonel 1738; died in 

Munden's Dragoons 1720; Lieu- 1786, bur. at 

tenant and Lieut.-Colonel 4th Life Doncaster,co. 

Guards 22 March 172!; A.D.C York, 
to William, Duke of Devonshire, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, Sep- 
tember 1737. Will dated 14 March 
1 73I, proved 14 August 1 738 (P.CC 
202 Brodrepp). ist husband. ^ 



Anne Burdett, died 
young. 

Frances Burdett, born 
in 1713 ; mentioned 
in wills of her great- 
uncle Walter 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1732, and her 
sister Elizabeth 30 
May 1748; died 15 
April 1753. 



131 



William Houncel of=T=Lettice, marr. John Merrik of St. Giles's, Cripple- 



London, merchant. 



after 13 June gate, London, merchant, Citizen 
1646; died in and Merchant Taylor ; died in April 
1683. 1663 ; bur. at Norwood, co. Middle- 

sex. M.L Will dated 28 March 
and 9 April 1663, proved 25 
April 1663 (P.C.C. 54 Juxon). 



A 



Isabella, marr. after 
13 June 1646; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 25 
April 1663; died 
in 1696, bur. at 
Norwood. M.L 



A 



Sebright Repington of Almington, co. Warwick, esquire ; aged 49=j=Catherine, married after 

"" " 13 June 1646 ; died in 
1663. 



in 1682. He married 2ndly, Mary daughter of Sherington Talbot 
of Lacock, CO. Wilts. 



A 



John Burdett of Donisthorpe,= 
CO. Derby, esquire ; bapt. at 
Foremark, co. Derby, 4 De- 
cember 1650; buried there. 
Will dated 24 December 1728, 
proved 23 July 1729 (P.C.C. 
190 Abbott). A 



=Anne Muggleston, executrix 
to her husband's will 23 July 
1729. Will dated 28 Octo- 
ber 1746, proved 15 August 
1747 (P.C.C. 199 Potter). 



Thomas Burdett, born in 1655 ; 
mentioned in wills of his father 
13 June 1694, and his sister 
Mary 5 January 169^ ; died 12 
August 1698. 



Henry Burdett, of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 April 
1705, aged 15; drowned at 
Oxford. 



Magdalen Burdett, 
died in 1695. 



Lettice Burdett, 
died in 1684. 



Dorothy Burdett, 
died in 1686. 



I 
Wrightson Mundy=j=Anne, born in 17 14; 



of Markeaton, co 
Leicester, esquire ; 
M.P. for CO. Leices- 
ter 6 July 1747; 
High Sheriff for co. 
Derby 1737 ; died, 
aged 47, 18 June 
1762. A\ 



mentioned in wills of 
her great-uncle Walter 
II September 1732, 
and her sister Eliza- 
beth 30 May 1748; 
died 8 January 1759. 



Rev. John Rolleston,= 
Rector of Aston- 
upon-Trent, co. 
Derby ; of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1726; M.A. 
1730 ; died 22 May 
1770. 



=Dorothy, born in 1715 ; 
mentioned in wills of her 
great-uncle Walter 1 1 
September 1732, and her 
sister Elizabeth 30 May 
1748; marr. at Foremark 
12 January 173^ ; died 20 
October 1794. 



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Colonel Sir Robert Burdett of Foremark, baronet ; born in Piccadilly, London, 26 April 
1796; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 23 June 1813 ; entered the Army as 
Cornet loth Light Dragoons 22 October 1818 ; Lieutenant 1819 ; Captain 1822 ; Major 
(unattached) 1826; Lieut. -Colonel 1831 ; Colonel 9 November 1846; succeeded his father as 
6th baronet 23 January 1844; Sheriff of co. Derby 1848; died at the Albany, Piccadilly, 
7 June 1880. Administration granted 14 August 1880. 



Elizabeth Sedley, dau.= 
of Sir Charles Sedley 
of Southfleet, co. Kent; 
marr. at Hucknall, 
CO. Nottingham, 6 No- 
vember 1739 ; died, 
aged 25, 24 August, 
bur. at Foremark, co. 
Derby, 27 August 
1747. Administration 
granted 1 7 January 
i8i2(P.C.C.) istwife. 



=Sir Robert Burdett of Foremark,= 
baronet; born 28 May 17 16, and 
succeeded his grandfather as 4th 
baronet at his birth ; of New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 13 
April 1733; created D.C.L. 14 
April 1749; M.P. for Tamworth 
12 December 1748 to March 1768; 
died 13 February 1797, bur. at 
Foremark. Will dated 4 September 
1795 and 18 January 1797, proved 
26 May 1797 (P.C.C. 297 Exeter). 



-Lady Caroline Manners, dau. of 
John, 2nd Duke of Rutland, by 
Lucy his 2nd wife, dau. of Bennet, 
2nd Baron Sherard of Leitrim ; 
marr. at St. Pancras', London, 17 
July 1753; died at Foremark 
10 November 1769. Will dated 
25 April 1762. Administration 
granted 2 January 1770 (P.C.C. 
2 Jenner). She married istly 
Sir Henry Harpur, 5th baronet. 
2nd wife. 



Robert Thomas Francis Burdett of St. Marylebone,= 

Sedley Burdett, London, esquire ; born in April, bapt. 

born in 1741 ; 19 May 1743 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 

died in 1744. matriculated 16 December 1761 ; died, 

aged 50, at Foremark 3 February 1794. 

Will dated 31 December 1793, proved 

3 March 1794 (P.C.C. 121 Holman). 



=Mary Eleanora Jones, dau. and 
coheir of William Jones of Rams- 
bury Manor, co. Wilts ; married 
30 December 1766, marriage 
settlements dated 25 November; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 30 
May 1783. 



Robert Burdett, Sir Francis Burdett of Foremark, baronet; born 2 5=pSophia Coutts, dau 



admitted to West- January 1770; educated at Westminster School, 
minster School 12 admitted 16 September 1778, and at Christ Church, 
February 1776. Oxford, matriculated 13 December 1785; succeeded 
his grandfather as 5th baronet 13 February 1797; 
M.P. for Boroughbridge 27 May 1796, for Middlesex 
13 July 1802 to July 1804, and March 1805 to February 
1806, for Westminster in nine Parliaments 23 May 1807 
to July 1837, and for North Wilts 10 August 1837 
until his death ; imprisoned in the Tower of London 
for a breach of parliamentary privilege 18 10; died at 
25 St. James' Place, Westminster, 23 January, bur. at 
Ramsbury 31 January 1844. Will dated 6 February 
1840, with two codicils dated 28 May 1840 and 21 
October 1843, proved 30 March 1844 (P.C.C. 182, 
44). (^1?^ ^'Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. VII., page 2g6.) 



of Thomas Coutts of 
the Strand, London, 
banker, by Susan 
Starkie his ist wife ; 
marr. 5 August 1793 ; 
died at 25 St. James' 
Place, Westminster, 
12 January, bur. at 
Ramsbury 31 Jan- 
uary 1844. Will 
dated 31 July 1843. 
Administration was 
granted 4 April 1844 
(P.C.C. 269, 44). 



Hon'''* Robert Otway Cave of==Sophia, married John Trevanion Purnell=Susanna, married 

Stanford Hall, co. Leicester (2nd at St. James', Bettesworth Trevanion 29 November 

son of Sarah, Baroness Braye, j'^i? Westminster, 23 of Caerhays, co. Corn- 1830; died 17 

Vol. VIII., page 135); M.P. for October 1832 ; wall; died s.p. at Brussels May 1886. 



Leicester 23 June 1826, for co. 
Tipperary 8 August 1832, and 
21 January 1835 to November 
1844; died s.p. at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 29 November 1844. 



died in Dublin 9 March 1840. 

30 December 

1849. 



13: 



Francis Noel Clarke Mundy of Markeaton, co.=j=Elizabeth, married 
Leicester, esquire (son of Wrightson Mundy of Mark- 
eaton, by Anne Burdett his wife) ; born at Osbaston, 
CO. Leicester, 15 August 1739; educated at Repton, 
Winchester, and at New College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 7 November 1757; M.A. 1761 ; author of 
"Needwood Forest," and other poems; died 23 
October 181 5, bur. in Allestree Church, co. Derby. 
]\LL He married istly Elizabeth Ayrton. /j\ 



at Foremark, co. 
Derby, 17 June 
1770; died, aged 
64, 2 August 1807, 
bur. at Allestree. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



John Burdett, died, 
aged 20. 

Frances, renounced 
administration of 
her mother's estate 
17 January 18 12. 



Charles Sedley William Jones Burdett of Copt Hall, in= 
Burdett, admit- Twickenham, co. Middlesex ; born 23 
ted to West- August 1772 ; educated at Westminster 
minster School School, admitted 17 September 1783, 
17 September and at Oriel College, Oxford, matricu- 
1783; drowned lated 10 April 1793; of Lincoln's Inn 
at the falls of 1795 ; died, aged 68, at Copt Hall, 
Schaffhausen in Twickenham, 2 October 1840. Will 
October 1793. dated 22 December 1836, with codicil 
dated 24 August 1839, proved 19 
January 1841 (P.C.C. 8, 41). 



=Sarah Holmes Brent, dau. of Captain 
William Hodgkinson, R.N., of 
Brompton, co. Kent ; took by Royal 
Licence dated i August 1807, the 
name of Brent in lieu of Hodgkinson ; 
marr. at St. James', Westminster, 24 
October 181 1 ; died, aged 83, at 
Ivy Lodge, Twickenham, 3 1 January 
1871. Will dated 7 October 1859, 
proved 26 April 187 1 (Prin. Reg., 
230, 71). 



A 



Sir James Langham of Cottesbrooke, co. Northamp-= 
ton, baronet; born in Marylebone, London, 21 
August 1776; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 October 1794, B.A. 
1798; M.A. 1801 ; of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law 
1802 ; M.P. for St. Germans 6 July 1802 ; succeeded 
his nephew as loth baronet 12 Alay 1812; Sheriff 
for CO. Northampton 181 6 ; died in Langham Place, 



London, 14 April 1833. 



=Elizabeth, mar- 
ried 26 May 
1 800; died, aged 
78, at Twicken- 
ham 30 Novem- 
ber 1855. 



A 



Mary Eleanor Burdett, 
died at Ramsbury 
Manor, co. Wilts, 27 
November 1797. 



Frances Burdett, died 
at Esher, co. Surrey, 
30 April 1846. 



Joanna Frances 
Burdett, died, 
aged 58, at St. 
Leonard's - on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, 
4 April 1862. 



Rev. James Drummond=^ 
Money, Rector of Sternfield, 
CO. Suffolk ; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1828; M.A. 
1868 ; died, aged 70, at 
Stodham Park, Petersfield, 
CO. Hants, 20 April 1875. 
He married istly Charlotte 
Christina, dau. of the Rev. 
the Hon*^'^ Gerard Thomas 
Noel, Canon of Winchester, 
CO. Hants. 



=Clara Maria (Money- 
Coutts), married at 
Holy Trinity, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 27 
April 1850; took by 
Royal Licence the 
additional name of 
Coutts 20 September 
1880; died, aged 93, at 
Stodham Park, Peters- 
field, 22 December 
1899. 2nd wife. 



Angela Georgina, 
Baroness Burdett- 
Coutts (see " Visita- 
tion of England 
and Wales;' Vol. 
XII., page r8g). 



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134 



Pedigree of Alder son. 



Alderson. 

[Vol. 12, p. 190.] 



William Alderson of High Ewbank in Brough,= 
CO. Westmorland (son of Richard Alderson of 
High Ewbank [bur. at Brough 26 March 1719], 
by Ann his wife, dau. and heir of the Rev. 
John Cooper of Muker, co. York, and grand- 
son of William Alderson of High Ewbank, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of John Harker of 
Swaledale, co. York) ; bur. at Brough 
I January 169!. 



=Elizabeth Cromwel, dau. 
of William Cromwel of 
Stainmore, co. Westmor- 
land ; married 3 1 July 
1693 ; bur. at Brough 
25 June 1698. 



Jonathan Alderson of High Ewbank=i=Elizabeth Alderson, dau. of 



(only son); bur. at Muker 11 November 
1793- 



Christopher Alderson 
Keld, in Swaledale. 



of 



Solomon Cal-=j=Mary, bapt. 30 



vertof Grinton^ 
in Swaledale. 



March 1727 ; 
buried at Muker 
29 January 1772. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
I September 
1728. 



David Alderson, 
bapt. 2 April 
1730; married 
and had issue. 



George Alderson of 
Acklam, co. York ; 
bapt. 13 April 1732 ; 
married and had 
issue. 



A 



Anne, bapt. 
October 1733. 



13 



Jonathan Alderson 
of Rensit, near 
Ewbank, farmer ; 
bapt. 3 January 
i73|- ; married and 
had issue. 



Rev. Christopher Alderson, B.D., Rector of Eckington,= 
CO. Derby; bapt. 4 August 1737; educated at Sed- 
burgh and at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, B.D. 1782; 
Perpetual Curate of Howgill 1761; Rector of 
Langton-upon-Swale 8 September 1868 ; Vicar of 
Tickhill 1774, all co. York ; Chaplain to the Marquess 
of Lothian 1775; Vicar of Drayton and Askham, 
CO. Nottingham, 11 November 1772, and of Wadsworth, 
CO. York, September 1778; Rector of Oddington, co. 
Gloucester, July 1779, of Eckington October 1784, 
and of Aston, co. York, 1797 ; died at Eckington 27 
March, bur. at Aston i April 18 14. 



=Elizabeth Ball, 
dau. of William 
Ball ; married 
in 1767. 



Rev. William Newsam, Rector of Scruton,=T=Elizabeth, born at Aston 24 April 1768 ;marr 



CO. York ; of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791; Rector of Scruton 
1792. A 



m 1792; died in November 1818, buried at 
Scruton. 



135 



William Alderson, 
bapt. 29 Septem- 
ber 1739 ; died in 
infancy. 



William Alderson, 
bapt. 24 May 1 741; 
married and had 
issue. 



John Alderson, 
bapt. 7 August 
1743- 



Thomas Alderson,=f= Elizabeth 
Steward to Francis Walton. 
Foljambe of Osber- 
ton, CO. Nottingham, 
M.P. ; bapt. 14 Oc- 
tober 1745 ; died in 
1806. 



A 



Richard Alderson of High Ewbank, 
CO. Westmorland, farmer ; bapt. 1 2 
July 1748 ; married and had issue. 



Robert Alderson, bapt. 
12 January 17!^. 



j 
Joseph Alderson, bapt. 
I October 1752 ; bur. 
24 December 1753. 



I 
Rev. Jonathan Alderson, Rector= 
of Harthill, co. York ; born at 
Aston, CO. York, 6 August 1769 ; 
of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 3 November 
1788; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1795; 
Rector of Langton-upon-Swale, 
CO. York, July 1795 ; Chaplain 
to Lord Conyers (afterwards 
Duke of Leeds) 1797 ; Vicar of 
Hornby, co. York ; Rector of 
Harthill February 1812 ; J. P. 
for the North Riding ; died at 
Harthill 10 September 1848. 



=Anna Maria Hodgson, 
only dau. of the Rev. 
Rowland Hodgson, 
Rector of Rawmarsh, 
CO. York, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of John 
Parker of Woodthorpe, 
CO. York, esquire ; born 
at Rawmarsh 26 ]\Iay 
1771 ; married 7 June 
1798; died I January 
1848. 



Rev. William Alder- = 
son, Rector of 
Aston ; born at 
Aston 31 July 
1773; of Pem- 
broke Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1795; 
M.A. 1804; Rector 
of Aston 9 Septem- 
ber 181 1 ; died at 
Aston 30 September 
1852. 



=Harriet Walker, 
dau. of Joseph 
Walker of East- 
wood, near 
Rotherham, co. 
York, esquire, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
Samuel Need 
of Nottingham. 



Rev. George Alderson, = 
Vicar of Hornby ; born 
at Eckington, co. Derby, 
8 May 1799; of Pembroke 
Hall, Cambridge, admitted 
October 1818, B.A. 1822; 
Incumbent of Winger- 
worth, CO. Derby, 25 April 
1826; Vicar of Hornby 
3 July 1826; died at 
Hornby 31 August 1879. 



=Henrietta Kearsley, 
marr. 30 November 
1837 ; died at 
Harrogate, co. York, 
16 January 1884, 
bur. at Hornby. 



James Wilson of Brink- = 
cliffe Tower, and for- 
merly of Highfield 
House, near Shefifield, 
attorney; born 19 July 
1789; Clerk to the 
Cutlers in Hallamshire ; 
died at Brinkcliffe Tower 
14 July 1867, bur. at 
Bradfield, co. York. 



^Elizabeth, born at 
Gannowlane House 
in Killamarsh, co. 
Derby, 8 August 
1800 ; marr. 12 
May 1825 ; died 
20 August 1850, 
bur. in Bradfield 
Church. 



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136 



Mary Alderson, born at 
Tickhill, CO. York, 29 
May 1781. 



Christopher Alderson, born at Eckington,=Margaret Frith, dau. and 
CO. Derby, 12 April 1788. heir of Dennis Frith of 

Redford, co. Nottingham. 



Rev. Christopher Alderson, Rector= 
of Kirkheaton, co. York ; born at 
Gannowlane House, in Killa- 
marsh, co. Derby, 30 August 
1802 ; of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 July 1824, B.A. 
1829; M.A. 1836; Rector of 
Kirkheaton 14 March 1836; 
died at Kirkheaton Rectory 11 
September 1880. ^^ 



=Georgiana Peel, dau. 
of John Peel of 
Pastures House, near 
Derby, esquire, by 
Elizabeth Margaret 
Slater his wife; marr. 
at Barlbro, co. Derby, 
18 July 1832. 



Thomas Beard= 
Haly of Norton 
House, Sheffield, 
CO. York, esquire. 



=Charlotte Maria, 
born at Hornby, 
CO. York, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1805; marr. 
at Harthill, co. 
York, 9 December 
1835 ; died 19 
April, bur. at 
Harthill 25 April 
1837. 



Augusta Mary Jonathan Alderson of Gannowlane= 

Alderson, born House, co. Derby ; born at 

at Hornby 4 Sep- Hornby 4 September 1809 ; edu- 

tember 1807 ; cated at Repton ; entered the 

died at Tickhill Army as Ensign 43rd Foot 8 Sep- 

25 November^ tember 1828; died at Gannow- 

bur. at Harthill lane House 27 March 1850, bur. 

29 November at Killamarsh. 
1887. 



=Isabella Newsam, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. William Newsam, Rector of 
Scruton, CO. York, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Christopher 
Alderson {see page ijj) ; marr. 27 
November 1834; died, aged 28, 19 
September 1835, bur. at Scruton. 



{I^or issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol, XII., page igo) 



Hugh Parker (3rd son of Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe),==Sarah, born at Hornby Anna Maria, 

ist Lieutenant 23rd Foot 15 February 1831, and 2 8February 1812; marr. born at Hart- 

afterwards a Major in the Spanish Service; died, 11 September 1838; hill 26 Sep- 

aged 36, while engaged on Government Relief Service died at Norton Lees, tember 1813. 
in Skibbereen, co. Cork, 26 March 1847. Sheffield, 30 August 

1877. 



137 



Bagot. 

[Vol. 13, p. I.] 




Pedigree of Bagot. 



Ralph Bagot of Bromley Bagot and= 
Blithfield, co. Stafford, esquire, son 
and heir of Sir John Bagot of 
Bromley Bagot, knight (descended 
from Bagod, who held Bramshall in 
the Domesday Survey, and 6th 
possessor of Bromley Bagot), by 
Eglina his wife; not of age at his 
father's death in 1350; of full age 
in June 1355; described as Lord of 
Blithfield in 1361 ; died before 1376. 



=Elizabeth de Blithfield, 
dau. of John de Blith- 
field, esquire, and sister 
and sole heir of 
Richard de Blithfield; 
married before 1357. 



Sir John Bagot of Blithfield,= 
knight; a minor in 1376; 
probably knighted at the 
coronation of Richard II. 
16 July 1377; took part 
in the Spanish expedition 
of John of Gaunt 1385-86; 
]\I.P. for CO. Stafford 1391 
and 1397-98, and 142 1, 
Sheriff 1413 and 1426 ; 
summoned to a Great 
Council in August 1402 ; 
fought against the Percies 
1403; Lieutenant of Calais 
20 June 1408, and 
Ambassador to treat with 
Burgundy ; a Member of 
the Household of Henry V. 
in 1 41 3, and accompanied 
him to France in 141 5; 
died in 1437, bur. in the 
Augustin Priory at Stafford. 



=BeatriceVil- Sir William Bagot of Baginton,= 
liers, dau. of co. Warwick, knight ; of the 
Sir John Household of Richard II. in 
Villiers. i379 ; Steward to Henry of 

Lancaster 1386-S7 ; M.P. for 
CO. Warwick February 138I- to 
January 139^; Privy Councillor 
to Richard II. and Member of 
the Committee for governing 
England in the King's absence 
in 1399; committed to the 
Tower 22 November 1399, 
released in November 1400, 
and granted a pension by 
Henry lA^; died 10 September 
1407, bur. in Baginton Church. 
M.I. iySee '■'■Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. II., 
page 400.) 



=Margaret de What- 
ton, sister and heir 
of Robert de What- 
ton of Whatton, co. 
Nottingham ; bur. 
in Baginton Church. 
M.L 



Thomas Stafford of Pype, co. Stafford, nephew==Isabella. 
and heir of the Rt. Rev. Edmund Stafford, 
Bishop of Exeter and Lord Chancellor. 



Richard Bagot of Blithfield, esquire; of full age in 1409; Sheriff= 
of CO. Stafford 1451-52 ; living 20 April 1475 ; died before 
1478. 



Richard Bagot of Blithfield, esquire; Sheriff= 
for CO. Stafford 1477 ; living 31 December 
1483 ; probably killed at Bosworth 22 August 
1485. 



=Isabella Aston, dau. of Sir Robert Aston of 
Tixall, CO. Stafford, knight ; died in 1477, bur. 
in the chancel of Blithfield Church. M.I. 
{now illegible). 



138 



Henry Bradeburn=j=Marjory.= 
of Hogh, CO. 
Stafford, esquire. 
I St husband. 

A A 



=John Davenport of Bramhall, co. Chester, esquire (heir to his 
grandfather Robert Davenport of Bramhall); born 3 May 141 9; 
died 13 October 1478. He married istly Cecily, dau. of Sir 
Laurence Warren of Poynton, co. Chester, knight. 2nd husband. 



Isabella Curzon, dau.= 
of John Curzon of 
CO. Essex ; married 
before 1465 ; died be- 
fore 1472, bur. in the 
chancel of Blithfield 
Church, CO. Stafford. 
M. I. She married 
istly John Eyton, 
esquire, ist wife. 



=John Bagot of BUthfield, esquire ; M.P.= 
for CO. Stafford 11 December 1477; died 
24 October 1490, bur. in Blithfield 
Church. M.I. 



=Agnes Kniveton, married 
before 1472 ; bur. in chancel 
of Blithfield Church. 2nd 
wife. 



Robert Cawardyn of Mavesin Ridware, co.=f=Alianora, bur. in 



Stafford, esquire; born 12 Edward IV. [1472]; 
succeeded his father at Pentecost 2 Richard III. 
[1485] ; died, aged 73, bur. in Mavesin Ridware 
Church 15 June 1547. /t\ 



Mavesin Ridware 
Church 1 9 Septem- 
ber 1547. 



Lucy Kniveton, = 
dau. of John 
Kniveton of 
Underwood, co. 
Stafford ; mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 20 April 
1475. is^ '^v'l^Q- 



^Emma Knive-= 
ton. 2nd wife. 



=Sir Lewis Bagot of Blithfield, knight ;= 
not of age 20 April 1475 ; appointed 
to the Household of Henry VII. in 
1485 ; knighted before 15 July 1508; 
Sheriff of co. Stafford 1507 and 1520; 
served in France at the capture of 
Tournay 1513; present at the field of 
Cloth of Gold 1520 ; died 31 May 
1534, bur. in the chancel of Blith- 
field Church. M.I. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Stafford 15 September 1534 {C. Vol. 
56, No. 86). Will dated 21 April 
1534, proved at Lichfield 5 July 1535. 
He married 4thly Margaret, dau. of 
Richard Vernon. 



=Anne Montgomery, 
dau. of Sir Nicholas 
Montgomery; marr. 
before 15 July 1508 
(date of settlement 
on her sons) ; died 
4 September 15 14, 
bur. at PatshuU, co. 
Stafford. M.I. at 
PatshuU and BHth- 
field. 3rd wife. 



John Bagot of Blithfield, esquire ; died s.p.=Helen, dau. of Sir Thomas Boteler of Beausey, 
27 November 1512, bur. in the chancel of knight; died in June 15 . . , buried in the 
BUthfield Church. M.I. chancel of Blithfield Church. M.I. 



139 



John Curzon of Kedleston, co. Derby, esquire; 
M.P. for CO. Derby 30 September 1423, 25 
August 1429, 20 March 143^, 15 September 
1435, ^"d 28 December 1441 ; Sheriff of the 
counties of Nottingham and Derby 15 Henry VI. 
[1436]; bur. in Kedleston Church. M.I. 



I 
=Joan, died 12 
July 1506, bur. 
in Kedleston 
Church. M.I. 



/K 



(See Pedigree of Curzon, Vol. V., page pj.) 



Henry Kniveton= 
of Bradley, co. 
Derby, esquire. 



=Elizabeth. 



A 



Richard Arblaster 
of Longdon, co. 
Stafford, esquire ; 
died 6 October 21 
Henry VII. [1505] 



=Matilda. William Dunholme.=Isabella. 
( Visitation of 1583.) 



Robert Kniveton.=Anne. 
{Visitation of 1^8 j.) 



A\ 



Thomas Bagot of Blithfield, co. Stafford, esquire ; aged 30 and=i=Joan Astley, dau. of Richard 
more 31 May 1534; executor to his father's will 5 July 1535 ; j Astley of PatshuU, co. Stafford, 
died 14 May, bur. in the chancel of Blithfield Church 15 May esquire; died 31 March 1557, 
1541. M.I. Will dated 13 May 1541. Inq. p. m. taken at bur. in the chancel of Blithfield 
Stafford 22 July 1542 (C. Vol. 67, No. g6). Church. M.I. 



Richard Bagot of Blithfield, esquire ; born 8 Decemben 
1529 ; bur. in the chancel of BUthfield Church 2 February 
i59y. M.I. Inq. p. m. taken at Tamworth 13 August 
1597 (C. Vol. 2^0, No. 27). Portrait at Blithfield. 



=Mary Saunders, dau. of William 
Saunders of Welford, co. Northamp- 
ton, esquire ; bur. at Blithfield 22 
March i6of. Portrait at Blithfield. 



William Trew of= 
Chartley, CO. Stafford; 
living in 1599. 



=Margaret, born 11 January 155!; 
married before 13 June 1587 ; 
living in 1599. 



Thomas Bagot, bapt. at Blithfield 
6 February 155!; bur. there 23 April 
1554. 



Jane, married James Thirkeld of 
Callingwood, in Tatenhill, co. 
Stafford ( Visitation of 1583). 

A 



Thomas Meverell of Bold Hall,= Elena, married in 
CO. Stafford (Visitation of 1^83). 1507. 



140 



Edward Bagot, mentioned in 
the settlement of 15 July 
1508, and in his father's will 
21 April 1534; defendant in 
a Star Chamber suit in 1537; 
bur. in Blithfield Church, co. 
Stafford, 22 February ifS-f. 



Stephen Bagot, mentioned=T=Anne Joseline, 
in his father's will 21 daughter of 
April 1534; living 22 July Sir Thomas 
1542. Joseline. 



Jane, married a son of 
Sir Urian Brereton. 



Geoffrey Bagot, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
21 April 1534; 
living 22 July 
1542. 



Alice, married before 
21 April 1534 . . . . 
Arblaster. 



Maud, mentioned as unmarried 
in her father's will 21 April 
1534- 



Anne, mentioned as unmarried 
in her father's will 21 April 
1534- 



John Bagot, Ralph Adderley of Coton, in Hanbury,= 
living 13 CO. Stafford, esquire; Sheriff of Stafford 
May 1541. 17 Elizabeth [1575]; died 20 April 1595, 
bur. in the chancel of Hanbury Church. 
M.I. Will dated 16 April 1597, proved 
25 October 1598 (P.C.C. 86 Lewiri). He 
married 2ndly Felice, dau. of Henry Mihvard 
of Doveridge, co. Derby, esquire. /t\ 



=Margaret, marr. Maud, living 
after 13 May 13 May 1541 
1 54 1. I St wife. 



Richard Broughton, born in 1534; admitted= 
to the Inner Temple 3 March is6|^; 
Barrister-at-Law and a Welsh Judge; bur. at 
Bishops Castle, co. Salop. 



I 

=Anne, born 11 May, bapt. at Blithfield 12 
May 1555; marr. there 30 July 1577; died 30 
August 16 19, bur. at Bishops Castle. Portrait 
at Blithfield. 



A 



Elizabeth, married George 
East of Yardley, co. Worcester 
( Visitation of 1^83). 



Anne, married John 
Biddulph ( Visitation of 
1583)- 



Other issue, six children died in 
infancy {Monument of Sir Lewis 
Bagot). 



i4r 



Walter Bagot of Blithfield, co. Stafford,= 
esquire ; born 24 October, bapt. at Blithfield 
26 October 1557 ; of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 December 1577; M.P. for 
Tamworth 1586; Sheriff of co. Stafford 1599 
and 1603 ; died 16 March, bur. at Blithfield 
17 iMarch i62|. M.I. Will dated 7 February 
i62t, proved 16 May 1623 (P.C.C. 52 Swann). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Stafford 13 September 1623 
{C. Vol. 400, N'o. 37). Portrait at Blithfield. 



=Elizabeth Cave, dau. of Roger Cave of Stanford, 
CO. Northampton, by Margaret Cecil his wife, 
sister of Lord Burghley ; born before 1564; 
marr. before June 1584; executrix to her 
husband's will 16 May 1623 ; died 2 December, 
bur. at Blithfield 3 December 1638. M.I. Will 
dated 18 January 163!, proved 13 February 163I 
(P.C.C. 41 Harvey). Portrait at Blithfield. 

{See Vol. VIII., page 129.) 



Lewis Bagot, born 19 April, bapt. 
at BHthfield 20 April 1587; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 16 July 1602; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted 1603; died 8 June 
161 1, bur. in St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London. Portrait at Blithfield. 



Thomas Lane of Bentley, co.= 
Stafford, esquire; aged 20, 25 
June 1606; mentioned in his 
mother-in-law's will 18 Jan- 
uary 163I ; died in 1660. He 
married 2ndly . . . Eardley. 



=Anne, bapt. at Checkley, 
CO. Stafford, 7 Septem- 
ber 1589; marr. at 
Blithfield 8 February 
i6of; died before 18 
January 163I. ist wife. 



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Katherine Adderley, dau.= 
of Humphrey Adderley 
of Weddington, co. 
Warwick, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Richard Capell ; 
born 10 January 159I; 
buried at BHthfield 13 
February i62f. M.I. 
I St wife. i 



=Sir Hervey Bagot of Blithfield,= 
baronet ; born at Checkley 8 Feb- 
ruary 159°; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 November 
1608 ; Sheriff of co. Stafford 1626 ; 
created a baronet 31 May 1627; 
M.P. for CO. Stafford 14 February 
i62|- to August 1646 ; died at Field 
Hall, CO. Stafford, 27 December, 
bur. at BHthfield 31 December 
1660. M.I. Portrait, with his 
son Hervey, at Blithfield. 



=Anne Fisher, dau. of Sir 
Clement Fisher of Packington, 
CO. Warwick, knight, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Francis Reping- 
ton of Arnington, co. Warwick; 
marr. before 18 January 163I; 
died 9 May 1656, bur. at 
Blithfield. She married istly 
Sir Thomas Dilke of Maxtock, 
CO. Warwick. 2nd wife. 



John Bagot, Sir Edward Bagot of Blithfield,= 
born 1 9 March, baronet; born at Trescote 
bapt. at Blith- Grange, co. Stafford, 23 May 
field 2 6 March 1 6 1 6 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
1614 ; died 26 matriculated 20 February 163!; 
January, bur. admitted to the Middle Temple 
at Blithfield 27 10 November 1635; M.P. for 
January 16 if. co. Stafford 5 April 1660; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd baronet 
27 December 1660; died 30 
March 1673, bur. at Blithfield. 
M.I. Portrait at Blithfield. 



=Mary Lambard, dau. and heir of William 
Lambard, Bailiff of Buckingham; aged 13 
years 6 months and 6 days, 2 August 1632 ; 
marr. at Buckingham 9 May 1641 ; died, aged 
67, at Arbury, co. Warwick, 22 October, bur. 
at Blithfield 26 October 1686. M.I. Will 
dated 6 January i68f, proved 9 July 1687 
(P.C.C. 90 Foot). Portrait as a widow, 
with her grand-daughter Alary, by Alichael 
Wright, at Blithfield. She married istly 
John Crawley of Someries, co. Bedford, 
esquire. 



Hervey Bagot, Walter Chetwynd of Ingestre, co.=Anne, born 14 March, 

born 19 Feb- Stafford, esquire; born i May bapt. at Blithfield 

ruary, bapt. at 1633 ; Sheriff of co. Stafford 1684; 

Blithfield 27 died 21 March 169!. Will dated 

February 164I-; 28 May 1692, proved 4 April 

bur. there 13 1693 (P.C.C. 44 Coker). {See 

February 1 66f. ^^ Dictionary of National Bio- 

M.I. gfaphy," Vol. X., page 2jj). 



2 April 1643 ; marr. 
there 14 September 
1658; died 6 December 
1671. 



Edward Bagot, 
born 18 March, 
bapt. at Blith- 
field 3 April 
1 644; bur. there 
in 1658. 



142 



Anthony Bagot, bapt. at Blithfield, co. Stafford, 2o=j=Katherine Lowe, dau. and heir of 



November 1558 ; of Morton College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 December 1577 ; member of the household 
of Robert, Earl of Essex, with whom he served in 
France 1591 ; received pardon 14 April 1602 ; bur. at 
Blithfield 21 June 1622. 



Michael Lowe of Tamhorn, co. Stafford, 
gent, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Simon 
Biddulph of Lichfield, co. Stafford ; bur. 
at Blithfield 26 December 1620. 



Lewis Chadwick of Mavesin Ridware, co. Stafford, esquire ;=i=Mary, marriage 
bapt. at Mavesin Ridware 30 August 1596 ; Lieut.-Colonel settlements dated 
for the Parliament and Governor of Stafford ; died in London 20 August 161 8. 
in 1655. /K 



Richard Bagot of Col- 
ton Hall, CO. Stafford, 
esquire ; born at 
Checkley, co. Stafford, 
II October 1592 ; 
bur. at Blithfield 31 
December 1666. 



Thomas Bagot, 
born at Check- 
ley 15 December 
1595 ; bur. at 
Blithfield 12 
March 159^. 



Thomas Broughton of=f=Frances, born 9 Novem- 



Broughton, co. Stafford, 
esquire ; died 25 July 
1648. Will dated i June 
1648, proved 2 December 
1648, by Bryan Broughton, 
son (P.C.C. 187 Essex) 



ber, bapt. at Blithfield 
10 November 1597 ; 
marr. there 26 October 
1608 ; mentioned in her 
mother's will 18 January 
163! ; living in 1680. 



A 



Dorothy Arden,= 
dau. of Sir 
Henry Arden 
of Pipe Hall, 
CO. ^Varwick, 
knight, sister 
and coheir of 
Robert Arden 
of Park Hall, 
CO. Warwick ; 
died in Septem- 
ber 1649. ist 
wife. 



=Hervey Bagot of Pipe Hall,=j=Elizabeth Rotherham, 
CO. Warwick, esquire ; born at j dau. and heir of Sir 



Trescote Grange, co. Stafford, 15 
June 161 7; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 February 
163I; of the Middle Temple, 
admitted 11 October 1637; as 
Colonel 2nd in command of Lich- 
field Garrison for the King, which 
surrendered in 1646; Gentleman 
Pensioner to Charles H. Will 
undated, administration granted 

j 10 June 1674 (P.C.C. 69 Bunce). 

] Portrait as a boy, with his 
father, at Blithfield. 
A A 



Thomas Rotherham 
of Someries, co. Bed- 
ford, knight ; marriage 
settlements dated 13 
July 1652 ; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 
10 June 1674; died 
13 July 1685, bur. at 
Cannock, co. Stafford. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



Richard Bagot, born 
at Trescote Grange 
30 November 1 6 1 8 ; 
appointed Governor 
of Lichfield for the 
King 2 1 April 1 643 ; 
mortally wounded 
at Naseby in com- 
mand of a regiment 
of horse 14 June, 
died I July 1645, 
bur. in Lichfield 
Cathedral. M.L 
Portrait at Blith- 
field. 



{For issue see page IS 2.) 



Sir Walter Bagot of Blithfield, baronet ; bapt. at Blithfield- 
18 March 1644 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
26 November 1662 ; admitted to the Middle Temple 
1666; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 30 March 
1673; M.P. for CO. Stafford, 13 February 167! to Feb- 
ruary i6f§, and 7 December 1693 to October 1695 ; 
died 15 February, bur. at Blithfield 23 February i7o|. 
M.L Will dated 31 March 1702 and 28 October 1704, 
proved 30 October 1705 (P.C.C. 194 Gee). Portrait 
\in Roman dress) by Michael Wright, at Blithfield. 



=Jane Salusbury, dau. and heir of 
Charles Salusbury of Bachymbydd, 
CO. Denbigh, and Hand Lloyd, co. 
Flint, esquire ; marriagelicence (Vicar- 
General) dated 25 June 1670; died, 
aged 44, 20 July, bur. at Blithfield 
24 July 1695. M.L Portrait {in 

fancy dress) by Michael JVright, at 
Blithfield. 



Salusbury Bagot, born 18 
November, bapt. at Blith- 
field 20 November 167 1 ; 
died 29 October, bur. 
at Blithfield 31 October 
1673. 



Sir fieorge Parker of Ratton, co.^ 
Sussex, baronet ; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet 30 November 
1691 ; M.P. for Sussex 24 May 1705 
and 5 October 17 10; died, aged 49, 
18 June 1726, bur. at Willingdon 
CO. Sussex. M.L 

143 



=Mary, born 2 December, 
bapt. at Blithfield 10 De- 
cember 1672 ; marr. there 
25 February 169I; died 14 
May 1727, bur. at Willing- 
don. M.L 



A 



Ralph Okeover of==Dorothy, bapt. 

Okeover, co. Stafford, at Blithfield, co. 

esquire, only son of Stafford, 1 6 May 

Rowland Okeover of 1562; married 

Okeover, by Sibil his there i August 

ist wife; died (in 1587. 
his father's lifetime) 
in 1597. 



Francis Kynnersley= 
of Loxley, co. Staf- 
ford ; succeeded in 
1622; died in 1634. 



A 



=Lettice, bapt. at 
Blithfield 28 
October 1573; 
married there 26 
October 1601. 



Edward Bagot, 
buried at Blith- 
field 22 Feb- 
ruary 158I. 



William Bagot of co. Salop ; born 29=Mary Hughes, 
April, bapt. at Blithfield, 9 May dau. of Tho- 
1605; of Trinity College, Oxford, mas Hughes. 
15 October 1619; created M.A. 31 
August 1636; admitted to the Inner 
Temple February i62f; executor 
to his mother's will 13 February 
163I ; living i June 1648. 



Sir William Owen=f=Lettice, born 25 



of Condover, co. 
Salop ; buried at 
Condover 8 March 
i66|. 



November, bapt. at 
Blithfield 30 No- 
vember 1606; marr. 
after 7 February 
i62f ; bur. at 
Condover 11 April 
1639. 



A 



Walter Bagot, born at Field, co. 
Stafford, 15 September 1620; 
buried at Leigh, co. Stafford, 16 
January i62§. 



John Scrimshire of Norbury,= 
CO. Stafford, esquire ; died v.p. 
before 1664. 



^Elizabeth, born at Field 
9 January 162I; died 5 
November 17 12, buried at 
Ladbroke, co. Warwick. 



A 



Sir Richard Newdigate of Arbury, co. Warwick, and of Harefield,=i= 
CO. Middlesex, baronet; born 4 May, bapt. 13 May 1644; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 7 February 165^; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 March 166°; M.P. for co. Warwick 28 
February i68y and 14 January i68|; succeeded his father as 
2nd baronet 14 October 1678; died at Brownlow Street, Holborn, 
London, 4 January, bur. at Harefield 20 January ij^^. M.L 
Will dated 2 September 1708. Administration granted 19 June 
171 1 (P.C.C. 136 Voting). Portrait at Arbury, by Sir Peter 
Lely, in the possession of Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 
He married 2ndly Henrietta Maria, dau. of Thomas Wigginton of 
Ham, CO. Surrey. z^ 



=Mary, born 6 April 1 646 ; 
marr. at Blithfield 21 
December 1665 ; died 
14 September, bur. at 
Harefield 19 September 
1692. M.I. Portrait at 
Arbury, by Sir Peter 
Lely, in the possession 
of Francis Alexander 
Newdiga te- New de gate. 



{For issue see Pedigree of Newdigate, Vol. VII., page 41.) 



Sir Edward Bagot of Blithfield, baronet ;= 
bom 20 January, bapt. at Blithfield 28 
January 167I; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 December 1691 ; admitted 
to the Middle Temple 1692 ; M.P. for 
CO. Stafford 11 August 1698 to 1708; 
succeeded his father as 4th baronet 15 
February i7o|-; bur. at Blithfield 8 May 
1 712. Will dated 29 September 1706, 
proved 27 June 17 12 (P.C.C. 108 Barnes). 
Portrait at Blithfield. 



=Frances Wagstaffe, dau. and heir of Sir Thomas 
Wagstaffe of Tachbrooke, co. Warwick, knight, 
by Frances his wife, dau. of Richard Samwell 
of Upton, CO. Northampton, esquire ; married 
15 April 1697 ; executrix to her husband's will 
27 June 1712 ; bur. at BUthfield 20 May 17 14. 
Administration granted 24 July 17 14 (P.C.C.) 
Portrait at Blithfield. She married 2ndly (as 
his ist wife) Adolphus Oughton of Tachbrooke 
(created a baronet 27 August 17 18). 



144 



Mary Bagot, died in infancy, 
bur. at Stanford, co. North- 
ampton. 

Elizabeth Bagot, died in 
infancy, bur. at Stanford. 



John Bagot, died 
in infancy, bur. 
at BHthfield, co. 
Stafford, 23 April 
1599- 



John Cotes of=f=Mary, born 2 April, 
Wood cote, CO. I bapt. at Blithfield 10 



Salop ; mentioned 
in his mother-in- 
law's will 18 
January 163I. A 



April 1608; mentioned 
in her mother's will 
18 January i63f. 



Lambard Bagot of Maids 
Morton, co. Buckingham, 
esquire ; born 2 August 
1649; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 3 
March i66|; admitted 
to the Middle Temple 26 
November 1669; execu- 
tor to his mother's will 
9 July 1687 ; died, aged 
54, 3 January lyof, bur. 
at Blithfield. M.I. Will 
dated 28 November 1702. 



Richard Bagot, born 
in April 1651 ; bur. 
at Blithfield 31 De- 
cember 1666. 



Lewis Bagot, born 22 
June 1652 ; died 
at Tripoli, returning 
from Jerusalem. 



Captain William Bagot of 
Colton, CO. Stafford ; born 26 
February 165! j of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
10 April 1674; admitted to 
the Middle Temple 1676; 
Captain of a troop of horse 
he raised at Lichfield 18 
June 1685, incorporated in 
Lord Arran's regiment Novem- 
ber 1687 ; died 6 November, 
bur. at Blithfield 8 November 
1699. 



John Bagot, 
born 8 May 
1655; bur. at 
Blithfield 3 1 
July 1662. 



Henry, Earl of Uxbridge ; M.P. for co. Stafford= 
7 November 1695 to January 171I; Councillor 
to the Lord High Admiral 1 704-1 708; a Lord 
of the Treasury 1710-11 ; Captain of the Yeomen 
of the Guard 1711-12; Privy Councillor 171 1; 
created i January 171^, Baron Burton of Burton; 
succeeded his father as 8th Lord Paget 26 
February i7if ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Stafford 
1713; Envoy to Hanover 13 April 17 14; created 
19 October 17 15, Earl of Uxbridge; died at 
West Drayton, co. Middlesex, 30 August 1743, 
bur. at Hillingdon, co. Middlesex. !NLL Will with 
four codicils dated 13 February i7f^ to 13 August 
1743, proved 12 September 1743 (P.C.C. 298 
Boycott). He married istly Mary, dau. and coheir 
of Thomas Catesby of Whiston, co. Northampton. 



=Elizabeth, born 3 March, 
bapt. at BHthfield 17 
March 167I ; married 
7 June 1739; died 2 
September 1749, bur. at 
Hillingdon. M.L Will 
dated 2 March 174!, 
proved 4 April 1750 
(P.C.C. 131 Greenly). 
Portrait {with her 
brother Edward and 
grandmother, Mrs. 
Salusbury) by Michael 
Wright, at Blithfield. 
2nd wife. 



Jane, baptised 
at Blithfield 
30 September 
1676 ; married 
12 October 1695, 
Maurice Jones of 
Llanrhyader, co, 
Denbigh, esquire. 



Sir John Chester of Chicheley, co. Buckingham,= 
baronet ; born at Shenton Hall, co. Leicester, 
23 April, bapt. at Shenton 16 May 1693; of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 17 12; M.A. 
1716; of the Inner Temple, admitted 6 June 
1713 ; succeeded his brother as 6th baronet 
10 March 172I; M.P. for co. Bedford 18 
May 1741 ; died 8 February, bur. at Chicheley 
19 February 174!^. Administration granted 
27 May 1748, to his son Sir Charles Chester 
(P.C.C.) Portrait at Chicheley. 



=Frances, bapt. at Blithfield 
28 April 1698; marr. there 
15 February 171I; died at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
1 7 February, bur. at Chicheley 
21 February i74f. Will 
dated 5 and 15 February 
174I, proved 19 July 1749, 
by her son Sir Charles Chester 
(P.C.C. 210 Lisle). Portrait 
at Chicheley. 



Hervey Bagot, 
bapt. at Blith- 
field 1 7 Septem- 
ber 1699 ; died 
18 November 
following, bur. 
at BHthfield the 
next day. 



As 



145 



Francis Bagot, Hervey Bagot (twin with Edward), 
died young. bapt. at Blithfield 12 May 1658; 

died young. 



Edward Bagot (twin with Hervey), 
bapt. at BUthfield 12 May 1658; died 
young. 



Frances Bagot, 
born 9 August, 
bapt. at BUth- 
field 17 August 
1677 ; died in 
1697. 



Walter Bagot, born 

10 October, bapt. 
at Blithfield 20 
October 1678; of 
Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 

11 October 1695; 
admitted to the 
Middle Temple 
1696; bur. at Blith- 
field 15 December 
1698. 



George Shakerley of Gwer-= 
syllt, CO. Denbigh; born 12 
September 1682; educated 
at Westminster and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 7 April 1698; 
of the Middle Temple, 
admitted 1709; died 2 Feb- 
ruary 1756, bur. at Nether 
Peover, co. Chester. M.I. 
Will dated 22 June 1751, 
proved 9 March 1756 
(P.C.C. 79 Glazier). 



Anne, born 11 February, 
bapt. at Blithfield 11 
March i6|^§; marr. there 
25 September 1705; 
executrix to wills of her 
sister Elizabeth, Countess 
of Uxbridge, 4 April 1750, 
and her husband 9 March 
1756; died at Gwersyllt 
30 July 1767. Will dated 
18 August 1766, proved 
5 August 1767, by Ann 
Shakerley, daughter(P.C.C. 
321 Legard). 



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Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot of Blithfield,= 
baronet ; born at Blithfield 3 August 
1702; succeeded his father as 5th 
baronet in May 1 7 1 2 ; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 27 April 
1720; D.C.L. (by diploma) 17 May 
1737; M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme 
20 November 1724, for co. Stafford 
31 August 1727 to March 1761, and 
for Oxford University 16 December 
1762; died 20 January, bur. at Blith- 
field 27 January 1768. Will dated 20 
November 1765 and 19 November 
1767, proved 27 February 1768 (P.C.C. 
49 Seeker). Portrait (as a child 
with his grandfather, Sir Thotnas 
Wagstaffe) and another hv Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, P.R.A., at Blithfield. 



=Lady Barbara Legge, 
dau. of William, ist 
Earl of Dartmouth, by 
Lady Anne Finch his 
wife, dau. of Heneage, 
Earl of Aylesford ; 
married 27 July 1724, 
marriage settlements 
dated 18 July ; died 
29 October, bur. at 
Blithfield 5 Novem- 
ber 1765. Portrait 
by Sir Joshua Rey- 
nolds, P.R.A., at 
Blithfield. 



Craven Kynners-= 
ley of Loxley, co. 
Stafford, esquire ; 
died, aged 25, 26 
December 1735. 



=Jane, bapt. 
at Blithfield 
7 October 
1703; marr. 
there 2 5 July 
1734- 



A 



Ralph Sneyd of Keele,= 
CO. Stafford, esquire ; 
bapt. 1 3 September 1723; 
died at Bath, co. Somer- 
set, 10 December, bur. 
at Wolstanton, co. Staf- 
ford, 19 December 1793. 
M.I. in Keele Church. 



A 



'Barbara, born 29 March, 
bapt. at Blithfield 15 April 
1725 ; married in 1749 ; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 20 November 1765 ; 
died 23 February 1797, 
bur. at Wolstanton. M.I. 
in Keele Church. 



Edward Bagot, 
bapt. at Blith- 
field 2 5 January, 
bur. there 28 
January 172I. 



Anne Bagot, born 28 
February, bapt. at 
Bhthfield 12 March 
172^; died in Park 
Street, London, 30 
December 181 2, bur. 
at Blithfield 13 Jan- 
uary 1813. 



146 



Charles Bagot of Blithfield, co. Stafford, esquire; born 17 
January, bapt. at Blithfield 19 January 166^ ; died 30 March, 
bur. at Blithfield 6 April 1724. Will dated 3 September and 
22 December 1722 and 28 March 1724, proved 2 June 1724 
(P.C.C. 129 Bolton). 



Lettice 
Bagot. 



Frances 
Bagot. 



Mary 
Bagot. 



Charles Bagot of Hanbury, co. Stafford, esquire ; bapt. 
at Blithfield 5 November 1681 ; M.P. for co. Stafford 
7 February 171^ ; died in Essex Street, Strand, 
London, 28 April, bur. at BHthfield 5 May 1738. 
Will dated 2 June 1737, proved 29 April 1738 (P.C.C. 
86 Brodrepp). 



William Bagot of Hollybush, co. 
Stafford ; born 14 January, bapt. 
at Blithfield 20 January i68y; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
7 July 1705; died 13 December, 
bur. at Blithfield 17 December 1733. 



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Sir William Bagot, Lord Bagot ; born 28 February,: 
bapt. at Blithfield 16 March 172!; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 28 February 1747-; M.A. 
1749; Hon. D.C.L. 2 July 1754; M.P. for co. Stafford 
18 April 1754 to September 1780; succeeded his 
father as 6th baronet 20 January 1768; created 17 
October 1780, Baron Bagot of Bagot's Bromley; 
died 22 October, bur. at Blithfield 2 November 1798. 
Will dated 11 June 1796 and 29 August 1798, proved 
15 November 1798 (P.C.C. 696 Walpole). Portraits 
by Sir Joshua Reytiolds, P.R.A., and John Opie, R.A.^ 
at Blithfield. 



=Hon^'^ Elizabeth Louisa St. John, dau. 
of John, 2nd Viscount St. John, by 
Anne his ist wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir Robert Furnese of Waldershare, 
CO. Kent, 2nd baronet ; married at 
Wroxton, co. Oxford, 20 August 1760; 
died 4 February, bur. at Blithfield 11 
February 1820. Portraits by Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, P.P. A., and John 
Opie, R.A., at Blithfield. 



Edward Bagot, 
born 23 January 
1763 ; admitted 
to Westminster 
School 25 Feb- 
ruary 1773 ; bur. 
at Blithfield 8 
June 1773. 



Walter Sneyd of Keele, co. Stafford, = 
esquire (eldest son of Ralph Sneyd 
and Barbara Bagot) ; born 1 1 February 
1752 ; M.P. for Castle Rising 3 April 
1784; Lieut.-Colonel (King's Own) 
Staffordshire Militia i May 1 790-1805 ; 
Sheriff of co. Stafford 1814; died at 
Keele Hall 23 June 1829. 



=Louisa, born 30 
September 1764 ; 
marr. at Blithfield 
9 May 1786; died 
at Cheverells, co. 
Hertford, 7 May 
1834. 



Waiter Bagot, 
born 28 March 
1766 ; bur. at 
Blithfield 1 1 
June 1773. 



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147 



Charles Chester of Chicheley, co. Buckingham, esquire ;= 
bom I September, bapt. at Blithfield, co. Stafford, 20 
September 1730; educated at Westminster; a wine- 
merchant at Oporto in 1753; succeeded to the Chicheley 
estates under the will of his cousin Sir Charles Bagot 
Chester, baronet, who died 25 May 1755, and took the 
name of Chester in place of Bagot by Act of Parliament ; 
died at Chicheley 2 April 1792. Will dated 2 July 
1772 and 17 June 1789, proved 23 May 1793 (P.C.C. 
248 Dodwell). 



A\ 



Catherine Legge, dau. of the Hon^'= 
Heneage Legge, Baron of the 
Exchequer (2nd son of William, ist 
Earl of Dartmouth), by Catherine his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Jonathan 
Fogg; born 27 July 1741 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. Walter Bagot), 
3 October 1765; died at Hampton 
Court, CO. Middlesex, 31 May 18 19. 



Swinnerton of But- 
terton, co. Stafford, 
esquire ; marr. at 
Trentham, co. Staf- 
ford, 7 September 
1773; bur. at Blith- 
field 18 February 
1786. ist wife. 



Anne Swinnerton,=j=Rev. Walter Bagot of Pipe Hall, co. Warwick, Rector= 
dau. of William of Blithfield; born 2 November, bapt. at Blithfield 
18 November 1731 ; elected to the Foundation at 
Westminster 1746; of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 20 June 1750, B.A. 1754; M.A. 1757; Rector 
of Leigh and of Blithfield 29 January 1759; Precentor 
of St. Asaph 10 May 1796 ; inherited Pipe Hall under 
the will of Egerton Bagot {see page ijj) ; died at 
Blithfield 10 July, bur. there 13 July 1806. Will 
dated 4 May 1798, with codicils dated 12 May and 
I I July 1806, proved 9 August 1806 by his son the 
1 Rev. Egerton Arden Bagot (P.C.C. 626 i'///). 



=Mary Ward, marr. 
at Blithfield 28 
April 1789. 2nd 
wife. 



Barbara Bagot, 
born I October 
1768; bur. at 
Blithfield 1 1 
June 1773. 



Hon^'^ Emily Fitzroy,= 
dau. of Charles, ist 
Lord Southampton, 
by Anne his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Vice- 
Admiral Sir Peter 
Warren, K.B. ; born 
26 December 1770; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don (by Dr. Lewis 
Bagot, Bishop of St. 
Asaph), 30 May 1799; 
died at Christchurch, 
CO. Hants, 8 June, 
bur. at Blithfield 24 
June 1800. 1st wife. 



A 



=Sir William Bagot, Lord Bagot ;= 
born in Bruton Street, London, 
II September 1773; educated 
at Westminster, admitted 2 June 
1788, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 No- 
vember 1791, Hon. D.C.L. 
II June 1834; succeeded his 
father as 2nd Baron 22 October 
1798 ; Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries, and Member of 
the Linnean, Horticultural and 
Zoological Societies ; Author of 
" Memorials of the Bagot 
Family," 1824; died at Blith- 
field 12 February 1856. {See 
" Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. II., page 400). 



=Lady Louisa Legge, 
dau. of George, 3rd 
Earl of Dartmouth, 
by Lady Frances 
Finch his wife, dau. 
of Heneage, 3rd Earl 
of Aylesford ; born 
8 March 1787; marr. 
at St. James', West- 
minster, 1 7 February 
1807 ; died at Pool 
Park, CO. Denbigh, 
13 August, bur. at 
BHthfield 21 August 
18 1 6. 2nd wife. 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI II., page 108.) 



148 



Frances Bagot, Richard Howard of Ashtead Park, co. Surrey,= 

born 3 Novem- and Castle Rising, co. Norfolk, D.C.L. ; born 

ber, bapt. at i8 November, bapt. at Blithfield 28 November 

Blithfield, co. 1733 ; educated at Westminster and at Brasenose 

Stafford, 19 No- College, Oxford, matriculated 24 October 1750; 

vember 1732 ; Fellow of All Souls', B.C.L. 1757; D.C.L. 1764; 

bur. there 23 admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1 3 June 1 7 5 1 ; executor 

October 1735. to his father's will 27 February 1768; took the 

name of Howard in place of Bagot ; in 1761 he 

went to Venice with Lord Northampton as 

Secretary to the Embassy ; Commissioner of 

Excise 5 January 1765 to May 1774; died at 

Ashtead Park 8 November 18 19, bur. in Ashtead 

Church. 



=Hon^'« Frances Howard, 
dau. of William, Viscount 
Andover, by Lady Mary 
Finch his wife, dau. of 
Heneage, Earl of Aylesford, 
and eventually sole heir of 
her nephew Henry, Earl of 
Suffolk; born 27 February 
174I; marr. 25 February 
1783 ; died at Ashtead Park 
16 September 18 19. 



Colonel the Hon^e Pulke Greville Howard (2nd son of Clotworthy, ist Baron=Mary, marr. at St. 

Templetown) ; born 3 April 1773; educated at Westminster, admitted 13 James', Westmin- 

June 1786, King's Scholar 1787, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated ster, 9 July 1807 ; 

7 June 1791; entered the 1st Foot Guards as Ensign 25 May 1793; died 19 October 

Lieutenant and Captain 1794; Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 1804; Colonel 1877. 
4 June 1813 ; took the name of Howard in place of Upton; ^LP. for 
Castle Rising 29 January 1808 to December 1832 ; died 4 March 1846. 



Hervey Bagot, 
born 1 4 March 
1777; bur. at 
Chiswick, CO. 
Middlesex, 2 June 
1787. _ 

Henrietta Bagot, 
born 1 4 February 
1780; died 13 
January, bur. at 
Blithfield 16 Jan- 
uary 1797. 



Rt. HonWe Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. ; born at=f=Lady Mary Charlotte 



Blithfield 23 September 1781; educated at Rugby 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 26 
October 1797, B.A. 1801 ; M.A. 1804; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 12 November 1801 ; M.P. for Castle 
Rising 7 May 1807 ; Parliamentary Under Secretary 
for Foreign Affairs 19 August following; Minister to 
France 11 July 18 14; Envoy to the United States 
31 July 1815; Privy Councillor 4 December 1815; 
G.C.B. 20 May 1820; Ambassador at St. Petersburg 
23 May 1820, and at the Hague 27 November 1824; 
head of a special embassy to Austria 7 April 1835; 
Governor-General of Canada 27 September 1841; 
died at Kingston, Canada, a few weeks after 
relinquishing office, 19 May 1843. Portrait in the 
Hall at Christ Church, Oxford. {See ^'Dictionary 
of National Biography" ist Supplement, Vol. /., 
page 98.) A\ 



Anne Wellesley, dau. 
of William, 3rd Earl 
of Mornington, by 
Katharine Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
Admiral the Hon^'^ 
John Forbes ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 22 
July 1806; died, 
aged 59, at Porchester 
Terrace, London, 2 
February 1845. 



149 



N 

Jane Bagot, 
born 29 Sep- 
tember, bapt. 
at Blithfield, 
CO. Stafford, 
14 October 
1735 ; buried 
at Blithfield 
3 December 
1816. 



John Bagot, 
bapt. at Blith- 
field 6 Feb- 
ruary i73tj 
bur. there 26 
June 1740. 



Elizabeth Bagot, 
born 17 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Blithfield 2 Oc- 
tober 1738 ; died 
in Park Street, 
London, 27 July, 
bur. at Blithfield 
7 August 182 1. 



Rowland Wingfield of= 
Preston Brockhurst, in Saw- 
bury, CO. Salop, esquire ; 
born in 1728 ; educated at 
Westminster and at Oriel 
College, Oxford; Sheriff of 
CO. Stafford 1753; died at 
the Whitehall, Shrewsbury, 
CO. Salop, 10 August 181 8. 



=Mary, born 23 
November, bapt. 
at Blithfield 14 
December 1739; 
marr. there 26 
June 1764 ; died 
at the Whitehall, 
Shrewsbury, 21 
March 18 13. 



A\ 



Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, D.D., Bishop of Bath and Wells ;= 
born at Daventry, co. Northampton, 22 November 1782; 
educated at Rugby and at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 30 April 1799; M.A. 1806; D.D. (by diploma) 30 
November 1829; Rector of Leigh, co. Stafford, 23 December 
1806, and of Blithfield 15 January 1807; Canon of 
Worcester 16 July 1817, and of Windsor 25 March 1822 ; 
Dean of Canterbury 2 September 1827; consecrated Bishop 
of Oxford 23 August 1829; Prelate of the Order of the 
Garter; translated to Bath and Wells 6 November 1845; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 15 May, bur. at Blithfield 
23 May 1854. Will dated 2 May 1851, proved i August 
1854 (P.C.C. 587, 54). Portrait by Sir Fraticis Grant 
at the Palace, Wells. {See ^* Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. II., page sgg.) 





=Lady Harriet Villiers, dau. of 
George Bussey, 4th Earl of Jersey, 
by Frances his wife, dau. and heir 
of the Rt. Rev. Philip Twysden, 
D.D., Bishop of Raphoe ; born 
19 March 1788; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 21 December 1806; died at 
Elford Hall, co. Stafford, 18 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Blithfield 24 October 
1870. Will dated 27 January 
1870, proved 26 November 1870 
(Prin. Reg., 709, 70). 




A^^^. 



A 




{For issue see ''Visitation of Etigland and Wales" 
Vol. XIII, page I.) 



Rt. Rev. Lewis Bagot, D.C.L., Bishop of St. Asaph ; born i January,= 
bapt. at Blithfield, co. Stafford, 15 January i74y; educated at 
Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 March 
1757, B.A. 1760; M.A. 1764; D.C.L. 1772; Rector of Jevington 
and Rye, co. Sussex; Canon of Christ Church 23 May 1764; Dean 
25 January 1777; consecrated Bishop of Bristol 23 February 1782; 
translated to Norwich 31 May 1783 and to St. Asaph 10 April 1790; 
died in Oxford Street, London, 4 June 1802. Will dated 24 January 
1 80 1 and 8 March 1802, proved 10 June 1802 (P.C.C. 494 Kenyon). 
{See ''''Dictiotiary of National Biography" Vol. II, page jpp.) Portrait 
by John Hoppner, R.A., in the Hall at Christ Churchy Oxford. 



=Mary Hay, dau. of the 
Hon*''« Edward Hay, 
Governor of Barbadoes 
(3rd son of George 
Henry, 7th Earl of 
Kinnoull), by Mary his 
I St wife, dau. of Peter 
Flower; died at St. 
Asaph 17 August 1799. 



Catherine Bagot, born 25 
February, bapt. at Blithfield 
14 March 174^; died at 
Park Street, London, 22 
February, bur. at Blithfield 
6 March 181 2. 



Harriott Bagot, born 
4 February, bapt. at 
Bhthfield 24 Feb- 
ruary i74f ; died 26 
January 1825. 



Thomas Bagot, born 14 February, bapt. 
at Blithfield 5 March 174!; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 
1763 ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 5 May 
1766 ; died at Naples. 



General the Hon^'^ Sir Edward Paget, G.C.B. (4th son of Henry, 9th Baron=j=Frances, born 
Paget and Earl of Uxbridge) ; born 3 November 1775; entered the Army as 9 November, 
Cornet ist Life Guards 23 March 1792; Captain 54th Foot 1792; Major 1793; bapt. at Blith- 
Lieut.-Colonel 28th Foot 1794; Colonel and A.D.C. to the King 1798; Major- field 30 No- 
General 1805 ; Lieut. -General 1811 ; General 27 May 1825; served in Flanders vember 1785 ; 
and Holland 1794 to March 1795; present at the battle of Cape St. Vincent marr. at St. 
14 February 1795, and served in Egypt in actions of March 1801 ; commanded George's, Han- 
the reserve at Corunna 16 January 1809 (medal); conducted the advance to over Square, 
Oporto, where he lost his right arm, 12 May 1809 ; appointed 2nd in command London, 22 
in the Peninsula in 181 1, but soon after taken prisoner; Colonel 28th Foot May 1805 ; 
26 December 1815; Governor of Ceylon 4 November 1820; Commander-in- died at Upper 
Chief in India 3 January 1822, and conducted the Burmese War of 1824-25; Brook Street, 
Governor of the Royal Military College 25 March 1826, and of Chelsea London, 30 
Hospital TO January 1837; K.B. 12 June 1812; G.C.B. 2 January 1815; May, bur. at 
Knight of the Tower and Sword of Portugal; died at Chelsea, co. Middlesex, Blithfield 19 
13 May, bur. there 21 May 1849. M.I. He married 2ndly Lady Harriet, June 1806. 
dau. of George, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth. {See '■'■Dictionary of National \ 
Biography" Vol. XL III, page 4^.) J^ 



151 



Bagot. 

[Vol. 13. P- I-] 



Pedigree of Bagot of Pipe Hall, co. IVarwick. 



Dorothy Arden, dau. of=j=Hervey Bagot of=t=Elizabeth Rotherham, dau. and heir of 



Sir Henry Arden of Pipe 
Hall, CO. Warwick, knight. 
I St wife. 



Pipe Hall, esquire 
{see page 143). 



Sir Thomas Rotherham of Someries, 
CO. Bedford, knight. 2nd wife. 



As 



Sir Charles Berkeley, Earl of Falmouth ;= 
bapt. at Bruton, co. Somerset, 11 Jan- 
uary i6f^; Groom of the Bedchamber 
to the Uuke of York 1656, Comptroller 
of the Household 1660, Treasurer of 
the Household 1663; knighted at 
Whitehall 30 May 1660; Privy Coun- 
cillor 6 July 1660; Captain Duke of 
York's Life Guards 26 January 166^; 
M.P. for New Romney 6 May 1661 ; 
Lieut.-Governor of Portsmouth \tb\; 
Keeper of the Privy Purse 1662 ; 
created 14 July 1663, Baron Berkeley 
of Rathdowne, in the Peerage of 
Ireland ; Envoy to Paris in November 
1664; marr. 18 December 1664; 
created 17 March i66|. Baron Botetourt 
of Langport and Earl of Falmouth ; 
killed in the naval engagement with 
the Dutch 3 June, bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 22 June 1665. Will dated 
21 April 1665, proved 29 June 
1665 (P.C.C. 61 Hyde), ist husband. 



=Mary, born in= 
1645 ; executrix 
to her I St 
husband's will 
29 June 1655. 
Administration 
granted 10 May 
1679 (P.C.C.) 
Portrait by Sir 
Peter Lely at 
Pipe Hall. 



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{For issue see Pedigree of Berkeley, 
Vol. IX., page IS9) 



=Charles, Earl of Dorset and 
Middlesex, K.G. ; born 24 January 
163I; M.P. for East Grinstead 28 
March 1661 ; Envoy to France 
1669; created 4 April 1675, Baron 
Cranfield and Earl of Aliddlesex ; 
succeeded his father as 6th Earl of 
Dorset 27 August 1677; Lord-Lieu- 
tenant of Sussex 1677; Bearer of the 
Queen's sceptre at the coronation of 
James IL 25 April 1685; Privy 
Councillor and Lord Chamberlain 
of the Household 14 February i68f ; 
K.G. 2 February 169!^; Lord Justice 
of the Realm in 1695, 1696, 1697 
and 1698; marr. in June 1674; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 29 January, 
bur. at Withyam, co. Sussex, 17 
February 170I-. Will dated 12 July 
1705. Administraion was granted 
4 May 1707 (P.C.C. 105 Poky). 
He married 2nd]y Lady Mary 
Compton, dau. of James, Earl 
of Northampton, and 3rdly Anne 
Roche 2nd husband. 



Arden Bagot of Pipe Hall, esquire ;=j=Mary Leigh, dau. of Sir Thomas Leigh of Hamstall 



born 9 August 1647 ; Captain in 
Lane's Foot 13 June 1667 ; Ensign 
Horse Guards i66|-; Cornet 29 
August 1673; died 5 August, bur. 
at Aston, co. Warwick, 9 August 
1696. 



Ridware, co. Stafford, knight, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Patrick, 19th Baron of Kerry; bapt. at Hamstall Ridware 
29 April 1659; marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
I May 1678, marriage settlements dated 27 May; bur. 
at Aston 8 September 1740. She married 2ndly Robert 
Biddulph. 



Jane Bagot, bapt. at 
Aston 8 April 1679. 



Anna Maria, born 
II December 1681. 



152 



Lieut.-Colonel Richard Bagot, born in September 1649; Ensign in the Admiral's Regiment 
24 March i66|-; Lieutenant 1667; Captain 1672; Major 1683; Lieut.-Colonel a o November 
1688. Will dated 30 May 17 14. 



Thomas Arden Bagot of Pipe=f=Honora Egerton, dau. and heir of Sir 



Hall, CO. Warwick, esquire ; 
born 10 January i68i; of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 March 1705; died at 
Ripon, CO. York, 11 June 1729, 
buried in the cathedral. 



William Egerton, K.B., of Worsley, co. 
Lancaster (son of John, Earl of Bridgwater), 
by Honora his wife, sister of Thomas, 
Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh ; bom in 1685 ; 
marriage settlements dated 2 August 1711 ; 
died in London 11 August, bur. at Aston, 
CO. Warwick, 29 August 1720. 



William Bagot, 
born 29 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Aston 25 Octo- 
ber 1688; bur. 
there 12 March 
following. 



Egerton Bagot of Pipe Hall ; born at Eccles, co. Lancaster ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 February 1731; 
died, aged 63, 13 April, buried at Aston 20 April 1775. 
Will dated 6 and 19 April 1774, proved 19 February 1776 
(P.C.C. 52 Bellas). 



I 
Arden Bagot, 
died young. 



A daughter, 
died young. 



153 



Amherst. 

[Vol. 13, p. 12.] 



Pedigree of Amherst. 

Richard Amherst of Pembury, co. Kent, yeoman=j=Margaret Rixon 



(eldest son of John Amherst of Pembury, by 
Parnell Raynes his wife); bur. at Pembury. Will 
dated 27 January ^1% {Rochester, XIX, i., 458). 



mentioned in her 
husband's will 27 
January \^l%. 



Anne Raynes, = 
dau. and co- 
heir of Wil- 
liam Raynes of 
Mereworth,co. 
Kent; marr. at 
Maidstone, co. 
Kent, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1595. 
I St wife. 



=Richard Amherst of Bayhall, in Pembury,= 
Serjeant-at-Law ; bapt. at Pembury 5 August 
1565; of St. John's College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 6 July 1582, aged 17 ; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 21 May 1585, called to the Bar 25 April 
1592; Bencher 21 October 1613; Serjeant-at- 
Law 2 August, 1623; M.P. for Lewes 1614 and 
21 December 1620; founder of almshouses at 
Pembury; died 12 April 1632. Will dated 
8 August 1630, proved 3 May 1632 (P.C.C. 
61 Audley). Inq. p. m. taken at Deptford 
5 November 1633 (C. Vol. sgo, No. 23). 



=Margaret Palmer, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Palmer of Wingham, 
CO. Kent, knight and baronet, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
John Poley of Badley, co. 
Suffolk, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 27 Feb- 
ruary i6o|, marriage licence 
(Canterbury) dated 29 March 
1605; executrix to her hus- 
band's will 3 May 1632. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Beck=Frances, mar- 

of Ledwich, riage licence 

CO. Salop. (Lewes) dated 

29 May 1 64 1. 



Sir James Colebrand=f=Margaret, marr. 



of Lewes, baronet ; 
succeeded his father 
as 2nd baronet in 
1627; living 8 August 
1630. J^ 



before 8 August 
1630; bur. at Ton- 
bridge, CO. Kent, 
26 July 1666. 



Richard Amherst of Bayhall, esquire ;= 
bapt. at Pembury 17 May 1600; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 14 August 
161 2 ; of St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 December 16 18; died 
29 August 1664, bur. in Pembury 
Church. M.I. 



=Dorothy Cradock, dau. of John Anne Amherst, 

Cradock of Luddesdown, co. Sussex, bapt. at Pem- 

gent, by Jane Dirkin his wife ; bury i January 

marriage settlements dated 25 Oc- i6o|; died un- 

tober 1627; died, aged 52, 18 July married before 

1654, bur, in Pembury Church. M.I. 1634. 



William Amherst of Bayhall; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 27 
May 1652 ; died, aged 32, 
10 December 1663, bur. at 
Pembury. M.I. 



William Amherst, aged 2 in 
1634; died in infancy, bur. at 
Pembury. 



Charles Amherst of Bayhall, 
esquire ; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 23 October 1660; bur. 
at Pembury 16 November 
1705. Will dated 2 March 
1 7 of, proved i November 
1705 (P.C.C. 163 Gee). 



Richard Amherst, died in 
infancy, bur. at Pembury 
26 June 1654. 



Henry Amherst, admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 3 August 
1669. 



154 



William Amherst of Butts=f=Elizabeth, execu- 



Place, in Pembury, co. 
Kent ; mentioned in his 
father's will 27 January 
1 5 9 9_ Will dated 7 June 
1634, proved 2 April 1635 
(Rochester, XIX., ii., 18). 



trix to her 
husband's will 2 
April 1635. 



Margaret, married before 
7 June 1634, John 
Champs. ^ 
A 



Rev. Jeffery Amherst, Rector= 
of Horsemonden, co. Kent ; 
of St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated in 1595, aged 
18, B.A. 1599; M.A. 1606; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 27 January \lll ; Vicar 
of Fletching, co. Sussex, 
1609; Rector of Southease, 
CO. Sussex, 1609, and of 
Horsemonden 1615; bur. in 
Southease Church. Will 
dated 24 September 1647, 
proved 2 December 1662 
(P.C.C. 151 Laud). 



=Joan Barrenden, 
dau. of John 
Barrenden of 
Southease, yeo- 
man ; marr. at 
Southease 25 
September 16 10, 
marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 22 
September; died 
24 September, 
bur. at Southease 
28 September 
1647. 



Anne Amherst, 
bapt. at South- 
ease 6 Octo- 
ber 161 1, bur. 
there 2 April 
following. 



Margaret, bapt. at 
Southease 14 March 
1 6 if; marr. Tris- 
tram Thomas of 
Rotherfield, co. 
Sussex. 



Rev. Richard Amherst, Rector of=y=Mary Bowen, 
Southease; bapt; at Southease 12 No- administratrix 
vember 161 5; of St. John's College, to her husband 
Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1634, 3 April 1647. 
B.A. 163I; M.A. 1641; Rector of 
Southease 1642 ; died in 1647. 
Administration granted 3 April 1647 
(P.C.C.) A 



Margaret Amherst. 



Isabella Amherst, 
buried at Pembury 
24 March i66f. 



Jeffery Amherst of Riverhead, co. Kent (son= 
of John Amherst of Mickleham, co. Surrey) ; 
born II January, bapt. at Pembury 12 January 
165^; admitted to Gray's Inn i June 1666, 
called to the Bar 19 February 16^^; M.P. for 
Bletchingley 9 December 1689; executor to 
his father's will 25 May 1691 ; bur. at Pembury 
15 August 1 7 13. Will dated 2 October 1702, 
proved 2 December 17 13 (P.C.C. 267 Leeds). 
He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Yates 
of Warnham, co. Sussex. 

{^See next page.) 



=Dorothy, married at 
Pembury 4 May 
1687, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 
3 February i68y, 
then aged 40 ; bur. 
at Pembury 4 May 
1 7 1 2 . Administration 
granted 16 May 17 12 
(P.C.C.) 2nd wife. 



Sir Henry Selby, knight; Serjeant-at-Law 23 January i68|;=f=Elizabeth, marriage licence 



knighted at Whitehall 5 June 1685; died 29 August 1715, 
bur. at Pembury. M.I. Will dated 27 June 17 15, proved 
22 December 17 15, by Charles Selby Amherst, son (P.C.C. 
244 Fagg). He married istly Jane, dau, of John Howell of 
Lincoln's Inn, esquire. /t\ 



(Vicar- General) dated 10 
December 1674, then aged 
about 23; bur. at Pembury 
30 January 1 7o|. 2nd wife. 



155 



Tohn Amherst of St. Bartholomew's, Billingsgate, London, Citizen and=f=. • • renounced 
L ■ u-_. -.4. u^.^K„r„ nr^ Vpnt tS Tnlv TC78: aoDrenticed to admmistration to 



Skinner- bapt. at Pembury, co. Kent, i8 July 1578; apprenticed to 
John Turner, Merchant Adventurer, 24 June 1595, admitted to Freedom 
12 May 1604; admitted to Gray's Inn 9 August 1612. Administration 
granted 21 December 1615 (P.CC.) 



administration to 
her husband's 
estate 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1615. 



A 



Arthur Amherst of Tonbridge, co. Kent, M.D. ; of=j=Eleanor Tresse, dau. of Sir Thomas 



St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1637, 
aged 17, B.A. 164^; M.D. of Bourges, France, incor- 
porated at Oxford 1662; executor to his father's will 
2 December 1662 ; died, aged 63, 2 July 1678, bur. in 
Tonbridge Church. M.I. Will dated 21 June 1678, 
proved 16 June 1680, by his son Jeffery Amherst (P.CC. 

75 ^«^'^) " 



A 



Tresse, knight. Gentleman Pensioner 
to Charles I. ; died in November 
1682, bur. in Tonbridge Church. 
Will dated 3 November 1682. 
Administration granted 5 December 
1682, to Jeffery Amherst, son 
(P.CC. 144 CoU/e). 



Margaret Kirby,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Jeffery Kirby, 
Citizen of Lon- 
don, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. of 
William Baye. 
I St wife. 



=John Amherst of Mickle-= 
ham, CO. Surrey; of St. 
John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 May 1637, 
aged 16; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 27 November 
1637, called to the Bar 
II February 164I; 
Bencher 24 April 1668 ; 
Treasurer 1673-75; died, 
aged 71, 4 May 1691, bur. 
in Mickleham Church. 
M.I. Will dated 19 No- 
vember 1686, proved 
25 May 1 69 1 (P.CC. 
75 ^^^^^)- 



=Elizabeth Bicker- = 
ton. Administra- 
tion granted 1 2 
October 1667 
(P.CC.) She mar- 
ried istly . . . 
Triggs, and 2ndly 
Richard Higgin- 
son. Citizen and 
Draper, Alderman 
of London. 2nd 
wife. 



=Jane Stidolfe, dau. of Sir 
Francis Stidolfe of Mickleham, 
knight ; marr. at Horsham, co. 
Sussex, 10 November 1668, 
marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 7 November; 
bur. in Mickleham Church. 
M.I. Will dated 9 May 1684, 
proved 4 November 1684 
(P.CC 151 Ifare). She 
married istly Henry Yates of 
Warnham, co. Sussex, esquire, 
and 2ndly Sir Henry Onslow 
of Drungwick, co. Sussex, 
knight (see Vol. V., page ig2). 
3rd wife. 



I 
John Am- Elizabeth Yates, = 
herst, died dau. of Henry 
in infancy. Yates of Warn- 
ham, by Jane 
Stidolfe his wife; 
bapt. at \\'arnham 23 Septem- 
ber 1653 ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 19 July 
1670, then aged about 17; 
bur. at Warnham 25 February 
1 684. I St wife. 



=JefFery Amherst of Riverhead, co.= 
Kent, esquire ; born 1 1 January, 
bapt. at Pembury 12 January i6H^; 
admitted to Gray's Inn i June 
1666, called to the Bar 19 Feb- 
ruary i6^§; M.P. for Bletchingley 
9 December 1689 ; executor to his 
father's will 25 May 1691 ; bur. at 
Pembury 15 August 17 13. Will 
dated 2 October 1702, proved 2 
December 17 13 (P.CC. 267 Leeds). 



=Dorothy Amherst, dau. of 
Richard Amherst of Bay- 
hall, in Pembury; marr. at 
Pembury 4 May 1687, 
marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 3 February 
i68y, then aged 40; bur. at 
Pembury 4 May 17 12. Ad- 
ministration granted 1 6 May 
1 7 12 (P.CC) 2nd wife. 

{See prevmis page.) 



John Amherst, bapt. at Warnham 10 April 
1672; died ID March, bur. at W^arnham 
13 March 167^. M.I. 



Jane, born 10 April, bapt. at Warnham 15 
April 1673; married after 2 October 1702, 
.... Boyd. 



i=;6 



Edward Amherst of Lewes, co. Sussex, gent; bapt. at Pembury, co. Kent, 12 March 1581; 
mentioned in his father's will 27 January jH^j admitted to Gray's Inn 11 August 1609. 
Will (nuncupative) dated 1622. Administration granted 31 January i62f (P.C.C. 6 Swan). 



Margaret Amherst, 
bapt. at Pembury 
I April 165 1. 



John Amherst. 



John Mills 
Brewhurst, co. 
Sussex, esquire; 
aged about 2 7 
in November 
1677. 



of=j=Annabella, born 14 
January, baptised 19 
January 165I; mar- 
riage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 9 
November 1677 ; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 19 No- 
vember 1686 ; living 
2 October 1702. 



Henry Yates= 
of Warnham, 
CO. Sussex ; 
bapt. at Warn- 
ham 6 Sep- 
tember 1659; 
(?) bur. there 
10 May 1716. 



=Mary, born 7 
March, bapt. 
15 March i65f; 
marriage licence 
(Vicar- General) 
dated 10 August 
1678. 



John Seyliard= 
of Pendell 
Court, in 

Bletchingley, 
CO. Surrey, 
esquire. 



=Margaret, bapt. 
at Warnham, 
CO. Sussex, 19 
February 167!; 
marr. at St. 
Mary Alder- 
mary, London, 
9 June 1692, 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 7 June ; 
living 2 October 
1702. 



Jeffery Amherst of River- = 
head, co. Kent, Barrister- 
at-Law; bapt. at Warnham 
29 July 1677; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 3 May 
1692, called to the Bar 
25 November 1702 ; 
Bencher 5 May 1724; 
Treasurer July 1739 to 
June 1744; executor to his 
father's will 2 December 
1 7 13; died at Riverhead 
in October, buried at 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, i 
November 1750. Will 
dated 22 October 1750, 
proved 21 November 1750 
(P.C.C. 344 Greenly). 



^Elizabeth Kerrill, 
dau. of Thomas 
Kerrill of Hadlow, 
CO. Kent, esquire, 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Maximilian 
Dalison of Hamp- 
tons, CO. Kent, 
esquire ; marriage 
licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 10 
February 17 if; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 2 1 
November 1750; 
bur. at Sevenoaks 
I May 1752. 



Francis Am- 
herst, bapt. 
at Warn- 
ham 25 June 
1678. 



Henry Am- 
herst, died 
in infancy. 



Rev. John Thomas,= 
of Welford, co. 
Gloucester; died t8 
November 1770. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at Sevenoaks 
4 June 1 7 14; marr. at 
Halstead, co. Kent, 24 Sep- 
tember 1751 ; died in April 
1779. 



Sackville Amherst, bapt. at Sevenoaks 
9 October 1715 ; admitted to the Inner 
Temple 25 November 1730, and to 
Gray's Inn 30 June 1742; died 12 De- 
cember, bur. at Nutgrove, co. Gloucester, 
16 December 1763. 



157 



Henry Amherst, 
living 2 October 
1702. 



Richard Amherst, died, aged 
nearly 3 years, 11 March, 
bur. at Warnham, co. Sussex, 
13 March 168J-. M.I. 



Charles Amherst, born in 
March i68| ; died 11 
August, bur. at Warnham 
18 August 1682. M.I. 



I 
Elizabeth 
Amherst, 
died young. 



Jane Dalyson, dau.= 
of Thomas Dalyson 
of Plaxtol, CO. Kent 
{see page 113), by 
Jane his ist wife, 
dau. of Captain 
Richard Ethering- 
ton ; born 14 Feb- 
ruary 1725 ; marr. 
in (iray's Inn 
Chapel, London, 20 
May 1753 ; died 7 
January 1765, bur. 
at Plaxtol, CO. Kent. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=Field-Marshal Sir Jefifery Amhert, Lord Amherst,^ 
K.B.; born 29 January, bapt. at Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 
4 February 1717; entered the ist Foot Guards as 
Ensign in 1731 ; served in Germany as A.D.C. to 
Lord Ligonier at Raucoux, Dettingen and Fontenoy 
1745-47, and with the Duke of Cumberland at 
Lauffeld and Hastenbeck 1747-57; Lieut.-Colonel 
1745; Colonel (15th Foot) 22 May 1756; appointed 
to command an Expedition against the French in 
Canada in May 1758; captured Louisburg 26 July 
and Fort Du Quesne 24 November 1758; Ticon- 
deroga 26 July and Crown Point 4 August 1759; 
Montreal 8 September 1760, and St. John's, New- 
foundland, 18 September 1762; created K.B. 18 
September 1762; Governor of Virginia 1759; 
Major-General 1759; Lieut.-General 1761; Governor 
of Guernsey 1770; Lieut.-General of the Ordnance 
and Privy Councillor 6 November 1772; General 
1778; Commander-in-Chief March 1778 to March 
1782, and again January 1793 to February 1795; 
Field-Marshal 30 July 1796; at various times Colonel- 

in-Chief of the 60th (Royal American) Regiment, and Colonel of the 3rd 
(Buffs), isth Foot, and 2nd Life Guards; created 20 May 1776, Baron 
Amherst of Holmesdale, and 6 September 1788, Baron Amherst of 
Montreal, with remainder to his nephew ; died at Montreal, in Riverhead, 
CO. Kent, 3 August, bur. at Sevenoaks 10 August 1797. M.I. Will 
dated 24 July 1794 and 5 September 1796, proved 18 August 1797 
(P.C.C. 538 Exeter). 



Elizabeth Cary, dau. 
and heir of Lieut.- 
General the Hon^'= 
George Cary (brother 
of Lucius, 6th Vis- 
count Falkland), by 
Isabella his wife, 
dau. of Arthur 
Ingram of Barraby, 
CO. York ; marr. in 
Clifford Street, St. 
James', Westminster, 
26 March 1767; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 18 Au- 
gust 1797 ; died 22 
May 1830, bur, at 
Sevenoaks. 2nd wife. 



A daugh- 
ter, born 
1 2 Decem- 
ber 1768. 



Hon^'e Sarah= 
Archer, dau. 
and coheir of 
Andrew, 2nd 
Lord Archer, 
by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of James West 
of Alscot, CO. Gloucester, 
esquire {see Vol. VI., 
page loy) ; born 19 July, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
27 July 1762; marr. there 
24 July 1800; died at 
Grosvenor Street, London, 
2 7 May, bur. at Sevenoaks 
5 June 1838. She married 
istly Otiier Hickman, 5th 
Earl of Plymouth, ist wife. 



=AVilliam Pitt, Earl Amherst, G.C.H. ; born= 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 14 January 1773 ; 
educated at Westminster, admitted 19 Feb- 
ruary 1781, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 October 1789; B.A. 1793; 
M.A. 1797 ; succeeded his uncle 3 August 
1797 as 2nd Baron Amherst of Montreal; 
Lord of the Bedchamber to George III., 
George IV. and William IV. ; Envoy to the 
King of Naples 16 December 1808; Privy 
Councillor 30 December 181 5; Ambassador 
to China 2 1 January 1 8 1 6 ; Governor-General 
of India 23 October 1822 to 10 March 
1828; created 19 December 1826, Viscount 
Holmesdale and Earl Amherst ; G.C.H. 
1834; died at Knowle, co. Kent, 13 March, 
bur. in Sevenoaks Church 21 March 1857. 
M.I. Will with four codicils dated 17 Jan- 
uary 1845 ^'^ 19 February 1852, proved 11 
May 1857 (P.C.C. 343, 57) {see "•Dictionary 
of National Biography ^^ Vol. /., page 360). 



A\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and JVales," 
Vol XIJI., page 12). 

i5« 



=Lady Mary Sackville, 
dau. of John Frede- 
rick, 3rd Duke of 
Dorset, by Arabella 
Diana his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir 
Charles Cope, baronet; 
born 30 July 1792 ; 
marr. at Knowle, co. 
Kent, 25 May 1839 ; 
died at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 20 July 
1864. Will dated 21 
April i860, with 
codicils dated 19 
February and 3 May 
1864, proved 12 April 
1865 (Prin. Reg., 224, 
65). She married 
istly Other Archer, 
6th Earl of Plymouth. 
2nd wife. 



Vice-Admiral John Amherst, bapt. at Seven- = 
oaks, CO. Kent, 6 January i7i|^; entered the 
Navy and served as Midshipman on the 
"Somerset" in 1738; in command of the 
"Success" 29 December 1744, and afterwards 
of the "South Sea Castle," "Mars" (1753), 
"Deptford," "Arrogant" (i 761); Rear-Admiral 
^'765; Vice-Admiral October 1770; died at 
Gosport, CO. Hants, 14 February, bur. at 
Sevenoaks 21 February 1778. M.I. Will 
dated 24 May 1777, proved 26 February 
1778 (P.C.C. 47 Hay). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. /., page 359). 



'Ann Lindzee, 
dau. of Tho- 
mas Lindzee 
of Portsmouth, 
CO. Hants. 



Margaret Am- 
herst, bapt. at 
Sevenoaks 3 
February 1 7 if; 
died 9 May, 
bur. at Seven- 
oaks 14 May 
1735- 



Mary Amherst, 
bapt. at Seven- 
oaks 28 De- 
cember 1720; 
buried there 
1 7 February 
following. 



Thomas Amherst, 
bapt. at Sevenoaks 
29 May 1725 ; 
bur. there 6 June 
following. 



Sidney Amherst, 
bapt. at Seven- 
oaks 22 September 
1728; bur. there 
2 May following. 



Charles Am- Lieut. -General William Amherst, bapt, at= 

herst, baptised Sevenoaks 5 February 173^; Captain 

at Sevenoaks and Lieut.-Colonel ist Foot Guards 12 

16 September June 1765; Colonel 1766; Major-General 

1729; buried 1775; Lieut.-General 27 February 1779; 

there 9 April he was at one time A.D.C. to the King; 

following. Colonel 32nd Foot 18 October 1775, and 

at the time of his death Deputy Lieut.- 

Governor of Portsmouth, St. John's, 

Newfoundland, and Adjutant-General ; 

M.P. for Hythe 17 November 1766, and 

for Launceston 10 May 1768; died 13 

May, bur. at Sevenoaks 21 May 1781. 

M.L Administration granted i August 

1781 (P.C.C.) 



'Elizabeth Pater- 
son, dau. of 
Thomas Pater- 
son; marr. at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, 31 
March 1766 ; 
died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 7 
March, bur. at 
Sevenoaks 16 
March 1776. 



John Hale, born 27 March 1764; Military=f=Elizabeth Frances, bapt. 



Secretary to the Duke of Kent at Gibraltar, 
Halifax and Quebec; Paymaster-General 
to the Forces in Canada and Receiver- 
General of the Province ; died 24 
December 1808. 



at Bath 23 January 1774 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 3 April 1799; died 
in 1826. 



Harriet Amherst, bapt. 
at St. John's, Isle of 
Wight, in October 
1775 ; living 24 May 
1777. 



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159 



Brewster. Pedigree of Brewster of Castle Hedmgham, co. Essex. 

[Vol. 13, p. 1 7-] 



Robert Brewster of Castle Hedingham,= 
CO. Essex, son of John Brewster of 
Rushmere, co. Suffolk (ancestor of 
the Brewsters of Wrentham, co. 
Suffolk); died before 1566, buried at 
Castle Hedingham. 



=Joan. Will dated 26 April 
1573, proved at Braintree 16 
September 1573 (Arch: of 
Middlesex, Essex and Herts, 
210 Raymond). 



Anne Clopton,= 
dau. of William 
Clopton of Lis- 
ten Hall, CO. 
Essex, esquire; 
bur. at Castle 
Hedingham in 
1569. I St wife. 



=William Brewster of Castle= 
Hedingham, gent ; executor 
to his mother's will 16 
September 1573; Bailiff to 
the 1 6th and 17th Earls 
of Oxford ; bur. at Castle 
Hedingham in 1583. Will 
dated 30 March 1579, 
proved 11 May 1583 (P.C.C. 
27 Rowe). 



=pMirabel Foley, dau. of John 
Foley of Badley, co. Suf- 
folk, esquire, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of Thomas, Lord 
Wentworth ; executrix to 
her husband's will 11 May 
1583. Administration was 
granted4july i583(P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



Robert Brewster, 
living 26 April 
1573- 



John Brewster, bapt. 
at Castle Hedingham 
17 July 1575; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 30 March 1579 ; 
died in Ireland before 
1609. 



Edmund Brewster of Gray's Inn, London, esquire ; 
bapt. at Castle Hedingham 31 March 1577; of 
Gray's Inn, admitted 28 January i6o|, called to 
the Bar 21 June 16 13, ancient 12 November 161 7; 
executor to will of his brother William 29 December 
1624; bur. at Badley, co. Suffolk, 8 August 1633. 
Will dated 10 April 1632, proved 6 November 
X633 (F.C.C. 95 Russell). 



William Brewster of Castle=j=Mary Wells, dau. of John 



Hedingham, gent; bapt. at 
Castle Hedingham 31 De- 
cember 1562 ; executor to 
his father's will 11 May 1583; 
Keeper of Wisbeach Castle 
1600, and of Framlingham 
1601. 



Wells, "her Majesty's 
Servant " ; marr. at St. 
Mary Woolchurch Haw, 
London, 21 June 1599. 



Cordell Brewster, 
bapt. at Castle 
Hedingham 6 
April 1564. 



John Brewster, 
bapt. at Wisbech, 
CO. Cambridge, 
in 1600. 



Anthony Brewster, bapt. at 
Framlingham in 1601 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel of the Suffolk Militia 
13 August 1650. 



Bridget Brewster, 
bapt. at Castle 
Hedingham 17 
May 1565; bur. 
there in 1566. 



William Brewster, 
bapt. at Framling- 
ham in 1602. 



Thomas Hardwick of York ; marr. at Stepney, co 
Middlesex, 5 May 1583. Will dated 3 March 159I, 
proved at York 8 March 159I (Vol. 25, fo. 1196)! 
I St husband. 



=Catherine, mentioned= 
in her father's will 30 
March 1579. 



A 



A 



=William Neville 
of York, gent. 
2nd husband. 



160 



Richard Brewster of New Inn, London, gent ;=Alice, married at St. Dunstan's-in-the- 
mentioned in his mother's will 26 April 1573; West, London, 23 May 1581; buried 
bur. at St. Dunstan's-in-the- West, London, 19 October there 21 March 159I. She married 
1596. Will (nuncupative) made 18 October 1596. istly Miles Exelby of St. Dunstan's-in- 
Administration granted 22 October 1596, to John the- West, Citizen and Merchant Taylor. 
Brewster, brother (P.C.C. 69 Drake). 



Thomasine Piers, dau.=j=John Brewster of Hedingham,= 



of John Piers of 
London ; died in 
1596, bur. in Stepney 
Church, CO. Mid- 
dlesex. M.I. She 
married istly Simon 
Egerton of London, 
and 2ndly Thomas 
Reade. ist wife. 



A 



CO. Essex, esquire ; of New 
Inn, and of the Middle 
Temple, admitted 12 Novem- 
ber 1576; Secondary of the 
Fine Office ; mentioned in 
will of his cousin, Humphry 
Brewster of Wrentham, co. 
Suffolk ; (?) bur. at Wrentham 
20 April 1621. 



Elizabeth Thornhill, dau. of Richard 
Thornhill of Bromley, co. Kent; married 
at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 29 Septem- 
ber 1608, marriage licence (London) 
dated 24 September, then aged 56 ; 
died 23 October, bur. in St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 2 November 1609. M.I. 
Funeral certificate {Add. MSS., 14417). 
She married istly Christopher Webb, 
Citizen and Salter of London, and 2ndly 
Sir James Deane, knight. Alderman of 
London. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Kirby of=j=Anne, bapt. in=j=Sir Thomas Seck-=j=Sir Robert Quarles of Stewards, in 



Kirby Hall, m 
Castle Hedingham, 
and of Henham, co. 
Essex ; died 26 
October 1603, bur. 
in Henham Church. 
M.I. ist husband. 



1579 ; buried 
at Romford, co. 
Essex, 12 No- 
vember 1 6 16. 



A 



ford of Seckford 
Hall, in Great 
Bealings, co. Suf- 
folk, knight ; 
knighted at New- 
market 5 March 
1 6o|^; died in 1 6 10. 
2nd husband. 



A 



Romford, knight; born in 1580; 
knighted at Newmarket 5 March 
160^; M.P. for Colchester 16 
February 162I; bur. at Romford 
2 February 163!. Will dated 4 April 
1637, proved 24 May 1639 (P.C.C. 
71 Harvey). He married istly 
Hester, dau. of Sir Edward Lewkner 
of Denham, co. Suffolk, knight, and 
3rdly Mary, dau. of Henry Parvish 
of London. 3rd husband. 



A 



William Brewster of= 
Great Bealings; bapt. 
at Castle Hedingham 
in 1580; died in 
October 1624. Will 
proved at Ipswich 29 
December 1624. /^ 



Thomas Brewster of=rEHzabeth. Edward Brewster of 



Wickham Market, 
CO. Suffolk ; bapt. in 
1 58 1. Will proved 
at Ipswich 27 
September 1645. 



A 



Woodbridge, co. Suffolk ; 
bapt. at Castle Heding- 
ham 17 September 1581. 
Will proved at Ipswich 15 
December 1637. 



161 



Brewster. 

[Vol. 13, p. 1 7-] 



Pedigree of Brewster. 

Tames Brewster of Bulmer, co. Essex, gent (? bapt.=j=Elizabeth, living 
•'. r- _.i- tj„j:.,^Uo^ r^r^ TTccAv ^A DprptTiber ti March I72A. 



at Castle Hedingham, co. Essex, 14 December 
1 65 1, as son of John Brewster, who is possibly 
the John Brewster bapt. at Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 
in 1600, see previous Pedigree, page 160); bur. at 
Wickham St. Paul, co. Essex, 16 December 1725. 
Will dated 31 March 1724, proved 18 May 1726 
(P.C.C. 29 Plymouth). 



31 March 1724. 



Sarah, mar- James Brewster of Fen-= 
ried John church Street, London, 
Parmenter. and of White House, 
Otten Belchamp, co. 
Essex, gent ; executor 
to his father's will 18 
May 1726; died, aged 
67, 5 May 1770, bur. 
at Otten Belchamp. 
M.I. Will dated 22 
January 1769, proved 
12 June 1770 (P.C.C. 
221 Jentier). 



=Frances Coppin, 
dau. of Richard 
Coppin of Ken- 
nett, CO. Cam- 
bridge, gent ; 
marriage licence 
(Bury St. Ed- 
munds) dated 3 
May 1727; died, 
aged 62, 13 July 
1767, bur. at 
Otten Belchamp. 



Robert Andrews= 
of Auberies, in 
Bulmer, co. Essex, 
esquire ; aged 64 
in 1 726. Will dated 
9 November 1734 
and 31 May 1735, 
proved 9 Feb- 
ruary i73|^(P.C.C. 
27 Brodrepp). 



=Martha, not 
21, 31 March 
1724 ; marriage 
licence (Chelms- 
ford) dated in 
1726, then aged 
23 ; executrix to 
her husband's 
will 9 February 



A 



James Brewster, 
admitted to Bury 
School in January 
1741. 



Waldegrave Brewster of Bevington^ 
House, Otten Belchamp, gent ; 
born at Otten Belchamp i De- 
cember 1734; executor to his 
father's will 12 June 1770; died 
30 May 1 78 1, bur. at Otten 
Belchamp. M.I. Will dated 
II April 1 78 1, proved 16 July 
1 78 1 (Arch: of Middlesex, Essex 
and Herts Division, 43 Rogers). 



lElizabeth Macro, dau. of Frances, bapt. 
William Macro of Bar- at Otten Bel- 
row Hall, CO. Suffolk, champ in 1736. 
gent ; marriage licence 
(Bury St. Edmunds) 
dated 29 February 1764; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 16 July 1 781 ; 
died, aged 55, 11 March 
1799. 



Elizabeth, born in 
1765 j (i*) married 
Samuel Pannell of 
Cavendish, co. 

Suffolk, marriage 
licence (Bury St. 
Edmunds) dated 6 
May 1805. 



Anne Brewster, Rev. Thomas Seabrook, Vicar of=Frances, born 
born in 1766; Wickhambrook, co. Suffolk ; of Caius in 1767; mar- 
died at Kelve- College, Cambridge, admitted sizar riage licence 
don Hall, co. 9 July 1792, aged 19; Scholar 1792; (Bury St. Ed- 
Essex, 19 No- B.A. 1797; M.A. 1800; Perpetual munds) dated 
vember 1826. Curate of Denston, co. Suffolk, 18 10; 26 September 

Vicar of Wickhambrook 17 April 1798. 

1828; died 21 July 1829. 



162 



Edward Poole=Judith, mentioned in her father's will 
of Stanton, co. 31 March 1724 ; marriage licence 
Suffolk. (Bury St. Edmunds) dated 4 November 

1731- 



John Pike=Elizabeth, marriage 
of Bulmer; licence (Chelmsford) 
aged 22 in dated 17 13, then 
1713. aged 18. 



Robert Poole of=Frances, marriage 
Stansted, co. licence (Chelms- 
Essex, plumber; ford) dated 1724 
aged 21 in 1724. then aged 21. 



John Brewster of Bulmer, co. Essex,= 
farmer. Will dated 16 February 
1799 and 25 June 1800, proved 
21 December 1800 (P.C.C. 842 
Adderley). 



=Elizabeth Candler, 
of Lyden, co. Essex ; 
marriage licence 
(Chelmsford) dated 
1731- 



A 



William Brewster of White Notley=f=Rose Nunn, dau. of Philip Nunn of Otten Belchamp, 



Hall, CO. Essex, gent ; bapt. at Otten 
Belchamp, co. Essex, 13 April 1740; 
died, aged 55, i August 1795, bur. in 
White Notley Church. M.I. 



by Mary his wife; bapt. at Otten Belchamp in 1743; 
marriage licence (Chelmsford) dated 1765; died, 
aged 87, 21 October 1829, bur. at White Notley. 
M.I. Portrait in the possession of Bertram Brewster 
of 3g Madeley Road, Ealing, co. Middlesex. 



Frances Brewster, 
bapt. in 1766 ; 
(?)died 17 Oc- 
tober 1829. 



Colonel James Brewster of=Elizabeth, marr. at St. 
Halstead Lodge, co. Essex ; Peter's, Cornhill, Lon- 
mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 22 January 1769; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex ; 
Colonel Commandant East 
Essex Militia ; died, aged 
69, 25 December 1836, bur. 
at St. Andrew's, Halstead. 
Memorial window in chancel. 



don, 17 April 1805; 
died, aged 77, in 1842. 
She married istly Isaac 
Emmery of Halstead 
Lodge. 



William Brewster, 
bapt. in 1769; 
died young. 



John Newman == Charlotte, born in 

of Little Wal- 1770 ; married 

dingfield, co. 20 June 1796, 

Suffolk, farmer ; marriage licence 

died, aged 72, (Chelmsford) dated 

15 February in 1796; died 18 

1837, bur. at January 1829, bur. 

Otten Belchamp. at Otten Belchamp. 



Waldegrave Brew- 
ster, bapt. at 
Otten Belchamp 
in 1772 ; died in 
infancy. 



William Pryke==Mary, born in 
of Great Henny, 1772; marr. at 
CO. Essex. Cavendish, co. 

Suffolk, 4 August 
1807, marriage 
licence (Bury St. 
Edmunds) dated 
27 July. 



Robert Waldegrave Brewster of Bevington House, 
Otten Belchamp, co. Essex, gent; born in 1774; 
died in February 1798, bur. at Otten Belchamp. 
Will dated 16 January 1798, proved 3 July 1798 
(Arch : of Middlesex, Essex and Herts Division, 
259 Rogers). 

163 



William Brewster of 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
surgeon ; born in 
1776; living 16 
January 1798. 



Macro Brewster, 
born in 1778; 
died at Brighton 
9 August 1845. 



Mary, born in 177°^ 
married 4 October 
1 79 1, John Cousins of 
Mildenhall, co. Suffolk. 



Charlotte, born in 1772; 
marr. at St. Catherine Cree, 
Leadenhall Street, London, 
22 November 1809, Thomas 
Allen of Witham, co. Essex. 



William Brewster of Black= 
Notley Lodge, co. Essex, 
gent; bapt. in 1773; died 
in 1858, buried at White 
Notley, CO. Essex. M.I. 



Selina. John Posford Osborne of Colchester,=pElizabeth Grimvvood, married at Holy 
"■ ■ ' "" Trinity, Colchester, 17 March 1825; 

died, aged 35, buried at Holy Trinity, 
Colchester, 18 July 1833. M.L 



CO. Essex ; died, aged 70, 4 No- 
vember 1863, buried at St. Giles', 
Colchester. M.L 



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Sturgeon Nunn Brewster of White Notley Hall ; born=j=Mary Burder, dau. of John Burder of 



26 October 1775; died 8 November, bur. at White 
Notley 16 November 1840. M.L Will dated 12 
October 1839, with codicil dated 11 March 1840, 
proved 24 April 1841 (P.C.C. 249, 41). Portrait at 
St. Germain's Road, Forest Hill, co. Kent, in the 
possession of Sturgeon Nunn Pretyman Breivster, his 
grandson ; also another at 4 Doivnfield Road, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, in the possession of the Rev. James 
George Brewster, his grandson. 



Great Yeldham, co. Essex ; bapt. at 
Great Yeldham 15 November 1781 ; 
marr. there 27 June 1803 ; died at 
Great Bardfield Lodge, co. Essex, 
II April, bur. at White Notley 20 
April 1853. M.L Portrait at 4 Down- 
field Road, Clifton, in the possession 
of the Rev. James George Brewster, 
her grandson. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitatiofi of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIIL, page 17.) 



Thomas Brewster of=j=Catherine Rogers, dau. of John Rogers of Elizabeth Dinah Brewster 



Wade's Mill, co. 
Hertford ; born in 
1777- A 



Broxbourne Park, co. Hertford ; died, 
aged 60, 29 December 1842. 



of Boreham Place, co. 
Essex; bapt. in 1779. 



Cleer Griggs Brewster, Joseph Nunn Brewster of Greenstead Hall, 
bapt. at White Notley, formerly of ToUeshunt D'Arcy, both co. 
CO. Essex, in 1 781. Essex; born at White Notley Hall 17 

January, bapt. at White Notley 2 February 
1783; Surgeon; J. P. for co. Essex; died 
at Greenstead Hall 27 August 1862, bur. 
at St. James', Greenstead. M.L in church- 
yard of St. Andrew's, Halstead, co. Essex. 
Will dated 29 February 1856, with codicil 
dated 6 April 1857, proved 22 November 
1862 (Prin. Reg., 587, 62). ^ 



=Elizabeth Chase, dau. of 
Edward Chase of All 
Saints', Maldon, co. 
Essex, by Sarah his wife; 
born 2 September, bapt. 
privately 23 September 
1789, baptism registered 
at Maldon ; marr. there 
4 December 18 10; died 
in 1842. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page 8.) 



164 




Pedigree of Adams. 



Richard de Addams of Sneyd, co. Stafford, son of 
William de Adams of Sneyd (whose name with that 
of his brother Richard occurs on the Court Rolls 
of Tunstall Manor 9 October 1448); of age in 1467. 



Adams. 

[Vol. 13, p. 24 



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Richard de Adams of 
Sneyd; hox'sx circa 1465; 
held lands in Burslem, 
CO. Stafford, near the 
Monastery of Hulton 
(Tunstall Manor Court 
Rolls 12 October 1496); 
living in 1512 ; died 
circa 1520; married a 
daughter of Nicholas 
and Alice Fynnymore 
of Burslem. ^ 
A 



John Adams of Bridge=Joan, execu- 
House, Longbridge in trix to her 
Wolstanton, co. Staf- husband's will 
ford; bur. in Wolstan- 2 7 June 1544. 
ton Church in May 
1544. Will dated 23 
April 1544, proved at 
Lichfield 27 June 
following. 



Thomas de Adams of Burslem ;= 
born circa 1467 ; mentioned in 
Tunstall Court Rolls in 1520; 
bur. in St. John's, Burslem, in 
December 1534. Will dated 
21 December 1534, proved at 
Lichfield 26 January 1534. 



=Margaret, executrix to A daughter, Margaret, married 

her husband's will 26 married John Stephen Thursfield 

January 153I. Will Crockett of of Thursfield, co. 

dated 5 May 1540, Burslem, gent. Stafford, 
proved at Lichfield 12 =p 

July 1540. /K 



William Adams, 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 5 
May 1540, 



Margaret, mentioned 
in her mother's will 
5 May 1540. 



Joan, mentioned in wills Richard Adams of= 

of her father 2 1 Decern- Burslem ; mentioned 

ber 1534, and her mother in his father's will 21 

5 May 1540. December 1534. 



Thomas Adams of Burslem, Master Potter; mentioned in his grand-= 
father's will 21 December 1534; bur. in St. John's Church, Burslem, in 
December 1562. Will dated 10 December 1562, proved at Lichfield 
28 April 1563. 



=Ellen (? Burslem), 
mentioned in her 
husband's will 10 
December 1562. 



William Adams=j=Margery. Thomas Adams=j=, 



of Longcroft, 
in Burslem ; 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
10 December 
1562; Head- 
borough of 
Burslem 1573. 

A 

Adams of Longcroft, and 
of Brickhouse, in Burslem, 
and of Longbridge, in 
Wolstanton. 



of Burslem; men- 
tioned in his 
father's will 10 
December 1562 ; 
bur. at Burslem 
12 April 1608. 
Will proved at 
Lichfield 1 2 April 
1608. 



. . . John Richardson= 
died before of Burslem, gent, 
her husband. 



=Elien, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 
10 December 
1562 ; marr. 
at Burslem 20 
January I sl^^. 



165 



Thomas Adams of Burslem,=f=Joan 
CO. Stafford, 
Master Potter. 
Will dated 20 
November 1629, 
proved at Lich- 
field 29 Decem- 
ber 1629. 




Burslem, dau. of John 
Burslem of Dale 
Hall, Burslem, gent ; 
marr. at Burslem 
20 October 1594. 
Will dated 23 August 
1643, proved at Lich- 
field 10 December 
1646. 



William Adams of= 
Burslem, Master 
Potter ; executor to 
his father's will 12 
April 1608. Will 
dated 12 January 
161-7^, proved at Lich- 
field 30 March 161 7. 



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John Adams of Byrches Head Manor and of Sneyd=f=Elizabeth Machin, dau. of William 
Green, co. Stafford ; mentioned in his father-in-law's will iMachin of PenkhuU, in Stoke-on 
28 September 1605 ; purchased the Bucknall estate in 
162^; Reeve of Tunstall Manor in 1616 ; bur. at Burslem 
16 June 1 64 1. Will proved at Lichfield 17 September 
1 64 1. 



Trent, co. Stafford, by Katherine 
his wife; marr. at Burslem 7 October 
1589; bur. there 11 April 1632. 



Thomas Adams of Byrches Head Manor and Sneyd ; bapt.= 
at Burslem 30 September 1597 ; executor to his father's will 
17 September 1641 ; Churchwarden of Burslem 1665 ; bur. 
at Burslem 8 January 167!^. 



=Mary, mentioned in will of her 
father-in-law ; bur. at Burslem 
27 May 1655. 



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Mary, buried= 
at Burslem 5 
November 1633. 
ist wife. 



=William Adams of Sneyd Green and Bucknall Hall,= 
Bucknall-cum-Bagnall, co. Stafford ; mentioned in his 
father's will; Churchwarden of Burslem 1650; bur. at 
Burslem 25 October 1676. Will dated 21 October 
1676, proved at Lichfield 26 April 1677. 



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Catherine (? Wood), 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 26 April 
1677; bur. at Burslem 
6 March 170I. Will 
dated 24 April 1692, 
proved at Lichfield 
30 April 1702. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas .Adams of Burslem ;=Sarah Forde, dau. of Hugh 



bapt. at Burslem 
30 December 
1627; mentioned 
in the will )f his 
grandfather John 
Adams ; living 
21 October 1676. 




Forde of Ford 
Green, in Nor- 
ton-in-the-Moors, 
CO. Stafford; mar- 
ried at Burslem 
12 March i66f. 



. . . Smith= 
of Bosley, co. 
Chester. 



=Mary, bapt. 
at Burslem 
24 October 
1632. 



William Adams of Sneyd Green and Bank House, Bagnall ; bapt. 
at Burslem 20 November 1642 ; executor to his mother's will 30 
April 1702. Will dated 1 1 

August 171 1, proved at ,0 />^ // /^ 
Lichfield 26 June 1712. VV^jM > (Jl J 6<i/m^ 



John Adams of Bucknall- 
cum-Bagnall ; bapt. at 
Burslem 6 February 164^; 
living 21 October 1676. 



166 



Elizabeth Clowes,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Clowes of Nor- 
ton-in-the- Moors, 
CO. Stafford; marr. 
at Burslem, co. 
Stafford, 17 June 
1678; bur. there 
7 April 1680. 
I St wife. 



=Samuel Adams of Milton,= 
CO. Stafford ;bapt. 
at Burslem 14 
May 1648; bur. 
at Norton-in-the- 
Moors 2 2 May 
1729. Will dated 
31 March 1729, 
proved at Lich- 
field 23 April 
1730. 



Maria Brett of Stoke- 
on-Trent, co. 
Stafford ; 
married at 
Stoke - on- 

t J XV 01 Trent I July 

>^X ^683. 2nd 

^ \ wife. 



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OyvO 




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Jonathan Adams= 
of Ford Green, 
in Norton-in-the- 
Moors ; bapt. at 
Wolstanton, co. 
Stafford, 29 Feb- 
ruary 165^. Will 
dated 20 August 
1 7 19, proved at 
Lichfield 1 5 Oc- 
tober 1 7 19. 



William Sutton of= 
Sutton, in Endon, 
CO. Stafford. 



•Elizabeth. 



Ralph Adams of Milton=j=Joyce Baddeley, dau. of John 



and Sneyd Green, co. 
Stafford ; bapt. at Burslem 
24 October 1654. Will 
dated 2 February i69f. 



proved at Lichfield 
November 1693. 



29 



Baddeley of Burslem ; marr. 
at Burslem 8 September 
1679; bur. at Norton-in-the- 
Moors 28 November 1724. 



Richard Adams of Green-=T=Anne. 
fields, in Stoke-on-Trent. 
Will dated 3 April 1724, 
proved at Lichfield 7 May 
1724. 



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Adams of Bucknall Hall. 



^^^O^r-S- C^r^TtU^ 



W^illiam Birch of Bucknall,=Mary. 
CO. Stafford, gent. 



Edward Adams of Bank House, Bagnall, co.=j=Elizabeth Meare, only dau. of John Meare of 



Stafford, gent; bapt. at Burslem 29 August 
1660; bur. at Norton-in-the-Moors 22 April 
1727. Will dated 6 April 1727, proved at 
Lichfield 27 ]\Iay 1728. 



dm^^<^'^$ 



Handley Green, co. Stafford ; marr. at 
Dilhorne, co. Stafford, 5 May 1687; bur. at 
Norton-in-the-Moors 3 July 1733. 



^iSdkd oZcdolams 



Grace Adams, bapt. at Burslem i January 
169^; bur. there 13 June 1701. 



167 



Dorothy Meare.da„, of FrancisTWilUan, Adams of .he Bank^Sarah Meare buried at 



Meare of Norton Green Hall, 
CO. Stafford, gent, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. John 
Repton, Rector of Stoke-on- 
Trent, CO. Stafford; born at 
Norton Green Hall i6 June 
1 710; marr. at Stoke-on-Trent 
4 May 1730; bur. at Norton- 
in-the-Moors, co. Stafford, 8 June 
1735. ist wife. 



House, Bagnall, co 
Stafford ; bapt. at 
Burslem, co. Stafford, 
5 November 1702 ; 
executor to his father's 
will 27 May 1728; 
died 20 December 
1775, bur. at Norton-in- 
the-Moors. Will dated 
I September 1775. 



fi^larru 




Norton-in-the- 
Moors 1 4 April 
1787. M.I. in 
parish church 
of Stoke-on- 
Trent. 2nd 
wife. 



Joseph Warburton of Rush 
ton Grange, co. 
Stafford, Master 
Potter ; married 
20 April 1752; 
bur. at Burslem, 
CO. Stafford, 5 Jan- 
uary 1769. Will 
dated 24 October 
1763, proved 28 
January 1769 

(P.C.C. 30 Bogg). 
ist husband. 



=Elizabeth, 




born 9 De-= 
cember 1730, 
bapt. at Stoke- 
on-Trent 7 Feb- 
ruary 173^. Will 
dated 5 April 
1792, and 14 
and 16 June 
1792, proved 
at Lichfield 26 
June 1806. 



=Joseph Smith of 
Sinai Park, Bur- 
ton-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, and of 
Willington, co. 
Derby ; married 
14 January 1773, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 10 
January. 2nd 
husband. 



Dorothy Adams, 
born and bapt. at 
Stoke - on - Trent 
19 February 
173I; bur. at 
Norton - in - the - 
Moors 2 1 October 
1744. 




/n^P^^^ 



William Adams 
of Littleworth, 
Bagnall ; born 
at Bagnall 4 
October 1736; 
died 21 Sep- 
tember 1802. 



Edward Adams 
of Bagnall ; born 
at Bagnall 1 3 
March 173!; bur. 
at Norton-in-the- 
Moors in 1800. 



Richard Adams of Cobridge=f=Elizabeth Jackson, dau. of 



Gate and Bagnall ; bom at 
Bagnall 17 August 1739; 
mentioned in the will of 
Elizabeth Smith 5 April 
1792; died 19 April 1811, 
bur. at Norton-in-the-Moors. 
M.I. in Stoke-on-Trent 
Church, CO. Stafford. 



John Jackson of Greenwood 
Hall, near Bagnall ; born at 
Greenwood Hall 27 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Norton-in-the- 
Moors 17 March 174I; died 
at Fenton Hall, in Stoke-on- 
Trent, 1 1 March, bur. at Nor- 
ton-in-the-Moors 14 !March 
1834. 



William Adams of Fenton Hall, in Stoke-on-= 
Trent, and of Bagnall ; born 20 July, bapt. 
at Bucknall-cum-Bagnall 13 September 1772 ; 
Churchwarden of Bagnall 1 801 -1805 ; died 
at Fenton Hall 2 December, bur. at Stoke-on- 
Trent 9 December 1829. M.I. in Lichfield 
Cathedral. Portrait by Michael Keeling at 
IVoore Manor, co. Salop, in the possession of 
his great-gratidson, Percy Walter Lezvis 
Adams. 



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=Sarah Heath, dau. and heir 
of Lewis Heath of The 
Hadderidge, Burslem ; born 
21 March, bapt. at Burslem 
3 April 1774; marr. there 18 
January 1793 ; died at The 
Watlands, Wolstanton, 9 
March, bur. at Stoke-on-Trent 
14 March 1846. Portrait by 
Michael Keeling, painted ifi 
i8ig, in the possession of 
Percy JValter Lezvis Adams. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIII., page 24.) 



Richard Adams, 
bapt. at Buck- 
nail- cum-Bagnall 
6 October 1774 ; 
bur. at Norton- 
in-the-Moors 6 
July 1778. 



16S 



Joseph Hulme 
Grange, co. 
Stafford ; bur. 
at Norton- 
in-the- Moors, 
CO. Stafford, 
12 September 
1756. 



of Bagnall=Elizabeth, married 
before 
6 April 
1727. 




Edward Adams of= 
Burslem, co. Staf- 
ford ; bapt. at 
Burslem 5 February 
l^^ ; father of 
William Adams of 
Tunstall {see ''Dic- 
tionary 0/ national 
Biography," Vol. /., 



page 107.) 



=Martha Adams, dau. of 
Joseph Adams of 
Burslem, Master Potter 
(descendant of William 
and Margery Adams of 
Longcroft, see page i6j) ; 
bapt. at Burslem 15 
September 1723. 



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Thomas Adams, Ralph Adams of Milton, co. Stafford ;=Martha Ball, married at Stoke- 

born 17 Sep- born at Bagnall 29 November 1742; on-Trent, co. Stafford, 20 

tember 1740; bur. at Endon, co. Stafford, 15 January January 1770. 

died young. 1800. 



Sarah Adams, born at Bagnall 4 July 1 744 ; died 
5 December, bur. at Norton-in-the-Moors 19 De- 
cember 1769. 



Mary, born at Bagnall 21 August 
1746; married Thomas Gee. 



169 



INDEX. 



INDEX 



Aberdeen, William, Earl of, loi. 

Abney, Albreda de Wiveleslie Beatrice, 

119; Anne, 115-I18; Arthurine, 115; 

Catharine Martha, 118 ; Catherine, 117 ; 

Catherine Clarke, 119; Dorothy, 116; 

Edward, I16-I18; Elizabeth, 116-119; 

Ellen, 115, 116, 118; Ellen Clarke, 

119; George, 1 1 5- 119; Hephzibah, 118; 

Hephzibah Constance, 1 19; Isabel, 116; 

James, 1 16, 117; John, 116; Joseph, 

116, 118; Mary, 115, 117, 118; Mary 

Clarke, 119; Prudence, 117; Rebecca, 

115; Robert, 115-117; Samuel, 118; 

Samuel Bracebridge, 117; Sarah, 115; 

Susanna, 116, 117; Thomas, 115, 116; 

William, 1 17, 1 19; William Wootton, 

118. 
Acland, Ann, 113; Sir Hugh, Bt., 113; 

Richard, 113. 
Adair, Elizabeth, 54 ; Sir Robert, 54. 
Adams (de Adams), Anne, 167; Catherine, 

166 ; Dorothy, 168 ; Edward, 167, 169 ; 

Elizabeth, 166, 167, 169; Ellen, 165; 

Grace, 167 ; Joan, 165, 166 ; John, 166, 

167 ; Jonathan, 167 ; Joseph, 169 ; 

Joyce, 167 ; Margaret, 165 ; Margery, 

165, 169; Maria, 167; Martha, 169; 

Mary, 166, 167, 169 ; Percy Walter 

Lewis, 16S ; Ralph, 167, 169; Richard, 

165, 167, 16S ; Samuel, 167; Sarah, 

166, 168, 169 ; Thomas, 165, 166, 169 ; 
William, 165, 166, 168, 169. 

Adderley, Elizabeth, 142 ; Felice, 141 ; 

Humphrey, 142 ; Katherine, 142 ; 

Margaret, 141; Ralph, 141. 
Aislabie, George, 29; Mary, 29. 
Albemarle, Lady Anne Amelia, 55 ; 

William Charles, Earl of, 55. 
Alderson, Ann, 135 ; Anna Maria, 136, 

137; Augusta Mary, 137; Charlotte 

Maria, 137 ; Christopher, 135, 137 ; 

Rev. Christopher, 135, 137 ; David, 

135 ; Elizabeth, 1 35-1 37 ; George, 135 ; 

Rev. George, 136; Georgiana, 137; 

Harriet, 136 ; Henrietta, 136 ; Isabella, 

137; John, 136; Jonathan, 135, 137; 

Rev. Jonathan, 136; Joseph, 136; 

Margaret, 137 ; Mary, 135, 137 ; 

Richard, 135, 136; Robert, 136; Sarah, 

137; Thomas, 136; William, 135, 136; 

Rev. William, 136. 
Aldrich, Sir George, 78 ; Sabina, 78. 
Alexander, Anne, 74; John, 123. 



Allen, Charlotte, 164; Thomas, 164. 
Alschunder (Alschunair), Isobel, 123 ; 

Robert, 122. 
Amherst, Annabella, 157; Anne, 154, 155, 

159; Arthur, 156; Charles, 154, 158, 

159; Charles Selby, 155; Dorothy, 

154-156; Edward, 157; Eleanor, 156; 

Ehzabeth, 155-159; Elizabeth, Lady, 

158; Elizabeth Frances, 159; Frances, 

154; Francis, 157; Harriet, 159; 

Henry, 154, 157, 158; Isabella, 155; 

Jane, 156, 158; JefiTery, 155-157; Rev. 

Jeffery, 155 ; Jeffery, Lord, 158; Joan, 

155; John, 154, 156, 157; Vice- Admiral 

John, 159; Margaret, 154-157, I59 ; 

Mary, 155, 157, 159; Mary, Countess, 

158; Parnell, 154; Richard, 154, 156, 

158 ; Rev. Richard, 155 ; Sackville, 

157; Sarah, Lady, 158; Sidney, 159; 

Thomas, 159; William, 154, 155; 

Lieut. -General William, 159; William 

Pitt, Earl, 158. 
Ancaster, Mary, Duchess of, 114; 

Peregrine, Duke of, 114; Robert, Duke 

of, loi, 114. 
Anderson, Gilbert, 123 ; James, 122 ; 

Marjorie, 122. 
Anderton, Dame Elizabeth, 19 ; Francis, 

19 ; Sir Francis, 19. 
Andover, Mary, Viscountess, 149; William, 

Viscount, 149. 
Andrews, Judith, 95 ; Peter, 95 ; Robert, 

162; Martha, 162. 
Anneslcy, Arthur, Earl of Mountmorris, 

27 ; Lady Catherine, 27. 
Arblaster, Alice, 141 ; Matilda, 140 ; 

Richard, 140. 
Archer, Andrew, Lord, 158; Sarah, Lady, 

158 ; Hon We Sarah, 158. 
Arden, Dorothy, 143, 152 ; Henry, 143 ; 

Sir Henry, 143, 152; Robert, 143. 
Armytage, Anne, lo; Sir George, Bt., 10; 

John, 10. 
Arndill, Janet, 122. 
Arthington, Henry, 28; Mary, 28. 
Arundell, Anne, Lady, 18; Blanche, Lady, 

21 ; Henry, Lord, 21 ; Mary, 18 ; 

Thomas, Lord, 18, 21. 
Ashbumham, Helen, 14, 90, 91 ; John, 92; 

Mary, 92. 
Ashurst, Susanna Elizabeth, 62 ; Thomas 

Henry, 62. 
Aspinal, A., 62; Catherine, 62. 



173 



Astley, Joan, 140; Richard, 140. 

Aston, Dame Anne, 130; Isabella, 138 ; 

Magdalen, 130; Sir Robert, 138; Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 130. 
Atkinson, Anne, 60; John, 60. 
At wood, Mary, 21 ; William, 21. 
Auldtonne, George, 123. 
Avebury, Lord, 75. 
Aylesford, Heneage, Earl of, 146, 148, 

149. 



Baber, Diana, 12; Thomas Draper, 12. 

Bach, Judith, 80; Thomas, 80. 

Bacon, Elizabeth, 117; Joseph, 117. 

Baddeley, John, 167 ; Joyce, 167. 

Bagnall, Sarah, 43. 

Bagod, — 138. 

Bagot, Agnes, 139; Alianora, 139; Alice, 
141 ; Anna Maria, 152 ; Anne, 140-142, 
146, 148; Dame Anne, 139, 142; 
Anthony, 143; Arden, 152, 153; 
Barbara, 146, 148 ; Dame Barbara, 
146; Beatrice, 138; Catherine, 151; 
Charles, 147, 148; Sir Charles, 149; 
Dorothy, 143, 144, 152 ; Edward, 141, 
142, 144, 146, 147 ; Sir Edward, Bt., 
142, 144; Egerton, 153; Elena, 140; 
EUzabeth, 138, 140-145, 150, 152; 
Elizabeth Louisa, Lady, 147 ; Emily, 
Lady, 148 ; Emma, 139 ; Frances, 143, 
145-147, 149; Hon'''^ Frances, 149, 151; 
Dame Frances, 144 ; Francis, 146 ; 
Geoffrey, 141 ; Lady Harriet, 150 ; 
Harriott, 151 ; Helen, 139; Hon'''^ 
Henrietta, 149 ; Hervey, 142, 143, 145, 
146, 152; Hon^'^ Hervey, 149; Sir 
Hervey, Bt., 142; Honora, 153; 
Isabella, 1 38- 140 ; Jane, 140, 141, 145, 
146, 150, 152; Dame Jane, 143; 
Joan, 140; John, 139, 141, 142, 145, 
150; Sir John, 138; Katherine, 142, 
143 ; Lambard, 145 ; Lettice, 144, 147 ; 
Lewis, 142, 145 ; Sir Lewis, 139, 141 ; 
Rt. Rev. Lewis, Bishop of St. Asaph, 
151; Hon'"'^ Louisa, 147; Louisa, Lady, 
148 ; Lucy, 139 ; Margaret, 140, 141 ; 
Dame Margaret, 138, 139 ; Marjory, 
139; Mary, 140, 143-145. I47, 148, 
150-152; Dame Mary, 142; Dame Mary 
Charlotte Anne, 149; Matilda, 140; 
Maud, 141 ; Ralph, 138; Richard, 138, 
140, 143, 145, 149, 153; Rt. Rev. the 
Honbi<= Richard, Bishop of Bath and 
Wells, 150; Salusbury, 143; Stephen, 
141 ; Thomas, 140, 143, 151 ; Thomas 
Arden, 153; Walter, 142, 144, 146, 147; 
Sir Walter, Bt., 143; Rev. Walter, 148; 
Sir Walter Wagstaffe, Bt., 146; William, 
144, 145, 147, 153; William, Lord, 147, 
148; Sir William, 138; see Chester and 
Howard. 

Baker, Barbara, 106; James, 106. 

Baldwin, Humphry, 3 ; Isabella, 3. 



Ball, Elizabeth, 135 ; Martha, 169 ; 

William, 135. 
Barclay, George, 123. 
Baring, Arabella Georgina, Lady North- 
brook, 54 ; Francis Thornhill, Baron 

Northbrook, 54; Jane, 54. 
Barlow, Alathea, 7 ; Alexander, 6 ; Alice, 

5; Andrew S., 32; Anne, 5, 7; 

Catherine, 5, 7 ; Charles, 6, 8 ; Charles 

Robinson, 8 ; Dorothy, 5 ; Edmund, 8 ; 

Edward, 6 ; Elizabeth, 5-7 ; Francis, 

5-7 ; George, 8 ; Rev. George Francis, 

8 ; Harriet, 8, 32 ; Henry, 5, 7 ; Hugh, 

5 ; Humphrey, 5 ; Jane, 5 ; John, 5,7; 

Juliana, 7 ; Margaret, 5, 7 ; Mary, 5-8 ; 

Philadelphia, 8 ; Samuel, 5, 6 ; Samuel 

Francis, 8 ; Seth, 5, 6 ; Stephen, 6 ; 

Thomas, 5, 6 ; see Masterman. 
Bamet, Bessie, 123. 
Barr, Anne, 3; Robert, 3. 
Barraclough, Mary, 61. 
Barrenden, Joan, 155; John, 155. 
Barret, Anne, 74; Edmund, 74. 
Barrington, Henry, 81 ; Ursula, 81. 
Barron, Ellen Clarke, 119; Pierce Eustace, 

119. 
Barry, David, Viscount Buttevant, 18; 

Ellen, Viscountess Buttevant, 18 ; Lady 

Helena, 18. 
Bastard, Anne, 30 ; John Pollexfen, 30 ; 

William, 30. 
Bate, Ellen, 115; Richard, 115. 
Bath, Henry, Earl of, 97 ; Rachel, Countess 

of, 97. 
Bath and Wells, Rt. Rev. Richard Bagot, 

Bishop of, 1 50 ; Rt. Rev. John Wynne, 

Bishop of, 102. 
Batson, Anne, 102 ; Edward Buckly, 102. 
Baxter, Dudley, 124; Elizabeth, 124. 
Baye, Dorothy, 156; William, 156. 
Beale, Anne, 115; Rev. Edward, 115. 
Bearsley, Mary, 107 ; W^illiam, 107. 
Beauchamp, Henry, Lord, 17; Lady, 94 ; 

Lewes, 94; Mary, Lady, 17. 
Beauclerk, Aubrey, Duke of St. Albans, 

39 ; Catharine, Duchess of St. Albans, 

39- 

Beaufort, Charles Noel, Duke of, 23 ; 
Charlotte Sophia, Duchess of, 24, 127 ; 
Elizabeth, Duchess of, 23, 24 ; Frances, 
Duchess of, 22 ; Henry, Duke of, 17, 
21, 22, 24; Henry, Duke of Somerset, 
14 ; Henry Charles, Duke of, 24, 127 ; 
Mary, Duchess of, 17, 21 ; Rachel, 
Duchess of, 21 ; see Somerset and 
Worcester. 

Beaumont, Catherine, 96 ; Richard, 96. 

Beauvoir, Anne, 46 ; Isabella, 46 ; Rev. 
Osmund, 46. 

Beck, Frances, 154 ; Thomas, 154. 

Beckington, Mary, 11 ; Richard, II. 

Bedford, Francis, Earl of, 17. 

Bell, Anne, 69 ; Benjamin, 74 ; Mary, 74 ; 
Samuel, 49 ; Susanna, 49. 

Bellairs, Jane Susannah, 59 ; John, 59. 



174 



Bence, John, 95 ; Judith, 95 ; Rachel, 95. 
Benn, Amabella, 98 ; Sir Anthony, 98. 
Bennet, Elizabeth Amelia, 112; Richard 

Henry Alexander, 112. 
Beresford, Elizabeth, 81 ; John, 81 ; 

Rowland, 81. 
Bergavenny, Frances, Lady, 90 ; Henry, 

Lord, 90. 
Berkeley, Sir Charles, Earl of Falmouth, 

152; Elizabeth, 23; John Symes, 23; 

Mary, Countess of, 152 ; Norman, Lord 

Botetourt, 23. 
Berkshire, Thomas, Earl of, 102. 
Bertie, Hont*'^ Augusta, loi ; Lady 

Elizabeth, loi ; Mary, Duchess of 

Ancaster, 1 14; Lord Montague, loi ; 

Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster, 1 14; 

Lady Priscilla Barbara Elizabeth, 114; 

Robert, Duke of Ancaster, loi, 114. 
Bessborough, Brabazon, Earl of, 38 ; 

Caroline, Countess of, 39; Frederick, 

Earl of, 41 ; Henrietta Frances, Countess 

of, 41 ; William, Earl of, 39 ; see 

Duncannon and Ponsonby. 
Bettesworth, Captain George Edmund 

Byron, R.N., 55 ; Lady Hannah Althea, 

Beverley, Algernon, Earl of, 112; Isabella 

Susannah, Countess of, 112. 
Bickerton, Elizabeth, 156; Jane, 18; 

Robert, 18. 
Bickley, Ann, 124; Richard, 124; Sarah, 

124. 
Biddulph, Anne, 141 ; John, 141 ; Mary, 

152; Robert, 152. 
Bill, Diana, 92 ; John, 92. 
Billio, Robert, 125 ; Sarah, 125. 
Bindon, Thomas, Viscount, 91. 
Birch, Mary, 167; William, 167. 
Birnie, Andrew, 123. 
Blackden, Benjamin, 33 ; Cathcrme Agnes, 

33 ; Isabella, 31 ; John Chalfont, 31. 
Blackett, Diana, 46 ; Sir William, Hi., 46. 
Blacklock, Mary, 120; William, 120. 
Blair, Charles, 102; Mary, 102. 
Blake, Alice, 72 ; Tlujmas, 72. 
Blakemore, Sarah, 80. 
Blanckenhagen, Mary Ann, 88, 89. 
de BHthfield, Elizabeth, 138 ; John, 138 ; 

Ralph, Lord, 138; Richard, 138. 
Blount, Walter Aston, 106. 
Board, Mar}-, in; William, iii. 
BoUe, Anne, 92; Bridget, 92; Charles, 92; 

Katherine, 92 ; Mary, 92. 
Bolles, Mary, 6; Richard, 6. 
Bolton, Esther, 63 ; Robert, 63. 
Bonaon, Frances, 35. 
Borear, Andrew, 122. 
Boscawen, Admiral the Hon^'e Edward, 
24; Honi''^ Elizabeth, 24, 26; Honb'<= 
Frances, 24 ; George Evelyn, Viscount 
Falmouth, 24, 26; Jane, 89. 
Boteler, Anne, 81, 92; Helen, 139; Oliver, 

81 ; Sir Oliver, 92; Sir Thomas, 139. 
Botetourt, Norborne, Lord, 23. 



Bourchier, Catherine, 85 ; Rev. Edward, 

85 ; Henry, Earl of Bath, 97 ; Rachel, 

Countess of Bath, 97. 
Boutett, Susan, 34. 
Bowen, Mary, 155. 
Bowes, George, 131 ; Mar)-, 131. 
Bowlays, Mary, 14; Sir Thomas, 14. 
Boyd, Ann, 120; Jane, 121, 156; Robert, 

120, 121. 
Boyle, Hon^'e Elizabeth, 38 ; Francis, 

Viscount Shannon, 38 ; Hon''''' Richard, 

38. 

Boys, Anne, 46; John, 46. 

Brabazon, Chanibre, Earl of Meath, 39 ; 
Edward, Earl of Meath, 38 ; Lady 
Frances, 39 ; Lady Jane, 38. 

Bracebridge, Anne, 117; Philip, 117; 
Samuel, Ii7' 

Bracken, Mary, 8. 

Bradeburn, Henry, 139; Marjory, 139. 

Brady, Frances Westby, 27 ; Henry, 27. 

Braine, Emme, 16; Henry, 16. 

Braithwaite, Margaret, 59 ; William, 59. 

Brandling, Charles, 49 ; Margaret, 49. 

Bravell, Catherine, 56; Thomas, 56. 

Braye, Sarah, Baroness, 133. 

Breckle, Helen, 121. 

Brent, Sarah Holmes, 134 ; see Hodgkinson. 

Brereton, Lady Elizabeth, 15 ; Jane, 141 ; 
Mary, 17 ; William, 15 ; William Lord, 
17 ; Sir Urian, 141. 

Brett, Dame Anne, 93 ; Dame Frances, 
93; Maria, 167; Sir Robert, 93. 

Brewster, Alice, 161 ; Anne, 160-162 ; 
Anthony, 160 ; Bertram, 163 ; Bridget, 
160; Catherine, 160, 164; Charlotte, 
163, 164 ; Cleer Griggs, 164 ; Cordell, 
160 ; Edmund, 160 ; Edward, 161 ; 
Elizabeth, 161 -164 ; EHzabeth Dinah, 
164; Elizabeth Grimwood, 164; Frances, 
162, 163; James, 162; Colonel James, 
163 ; Rev. James George, 164 ; Joan, 
160; Tohn, 160-163; Joseph Nunn, 164; 
Judith, 163; Macro, "163; Martha, 162; 
Mary, 160, 163, 164 ; Mirabel, 160 ; 
Richard, 161 ; Robert, 160; Robert 
Waldegrave, 163 ; Rose, 163 ; Sarah, 
162 ; Selina, 164; Sturgeon Nunn, 164; 
Sturgeon Nunn Pretyman, 164; Thomas, 

161, 164; Thomasine, 161 ; Waldegrave, 

162, 163; William, 160, 161, 163, 164. 
Bridger, Frances, 109; Richard, 109. 
Bridgwater, Scroop, Duke of, 125. 
Briggs, Joan, 72; John, 72. 

Briscoe, Dorothy, 37 ; John, 37. 

Bristol, Frederick William, Mar(]uess of, 

128. 
Brome, Mary, 130; Thomas, 130. 
Brooke, Fulke, Lord, 21, 22. 
Brooks, Frances, 121; Joseph, 121. 
Broughton, Anne, 141 ; Bryan, 143 ; 

Frances, 143 ; Richard, 141 ; Thomas, 

143. 
Brown, Anna Elizabeth, 76 ; Hugh Wilham, 

76. 



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Browne, Alice, 90 ; Sir Anthony, 14 ; 
Elizabeth, 14 ; Elizabeth, Viscountess 
Montagu, 20; Francis, Viscount Montagu, 
20; Dame Frances, 19; Sir Henry, Bt., 
19 ; John, 90 ; Lady Lucy, 14 ; Sir 
Peter, 19. 

Brudenell, Anne, Countess of Cardigan, 
93 ; Lady Dorothy, 93 ; Robert, Earl of 
Cardigan, 93. 

Bryant, Martha, 9 ; Mary, 9 ; William, 9. 

Buchanan, Frances, 89; Rev. Gilbert, 89. 

Buckingham, George, Marquess of, 25. 

Burder, John, 164; Mary, 164. 

Burdett, Anne, 131, 132; Bridget, 130 ; 
Dame Caroline, 133; Catherine, 132; 
Charles Sedley, 134; Clara Maria, 134; 
Dorothy, 131, 132 ; Elizabeth, 129, 
130, 134; Dame Elizabeth, 129, 133; 
Frances, 13 1, 134; Francis, 130, 131, 
133; Sir Francis, Bt., 129, 133; 
Henry, 132; Isabel, 112; Isabella, 132; 
Jane, 129-131 ; Dame Jane Frances, 
129; Joanna Frances, 134; John, 131, 
132, 134; Leicester, 130; Lettice, 132; 
Magdalen, 130, 132; Marj', 129-131 ; 
Dame Mary, 130 ; Mary Eleanor, 134 ; 
Mary Eleanora, 133; Nathan, 129; 
Robert, 129, 130, 133; Sir Robert, Bt., 
130, 132, 133 ; Robert Thomas Sedley, 
133 ; Sarah Holmes, 134 ; Sophia, 133 ; 
Dame Sophia, 133 ; Susanna, 133 ; 
Thomas, 132; Sir Thomas, Bt., 112, 
129; Walter, 131 ; William Jones, 134. 

Burdett -Coutts, Angelina Georgina, 
Baroness, 134. 

Burgis, Alice, 77; Sarah, 77, 81 ; William, 
77,81. 

Burghley, Lord, 142. 

Burleigh, Emma, Countess of, 114. 

Burn, Edward, 126; Martha, 126. 

Burnaby, Catherine Clarke, 1 19 ; Sarah, 43 ; 
Thomas, 43; Rev. Thomas Beaumont, 119. 

Burnell, Hester, 78, 81 ; Thomas, 81. 

Burnet, Alexander, 123 ; Andrew, 123 ; 
Thomas, 123. 

Burrell, Agnes, 108; Alexander, 1 10, ill; 
Amelia, 113; Amy, 112; Anne, 108, 
no, 113; Bridget, in; Charlotte 
Maria, 114; Dorothy, 108, ill; 
Elizabeth, 108, 110-112; Elizabeth 
Amelia, 112; Elizabeth Anne, 114; 
Frances, 108, 109, 112; Frances Julia, 
113; Isabella, 112, 113; Isabella 
Susannah, 112 ; Jane, 108-111 ; Joan, 
109 ; John, 1 10, III, 113; Judith, 1 10 ; 
Margaret, 108; Mary, 109-111; Merrick, 
113; Sir Merrick, Bt., I13; Ninian, 
108, 109; Peter, in, 112; Peter, 
Baron Gwydyr, 114; Priscilla Barbara 
Elizabeth, Lady Gwydyr, 114; Ralph, 

108, in; Raymond, 113; Richard, 
III ; Dame Sophia, 114; Thomas, 108, 

109, in; Timothie, 108; Timothy, 
no; Walter, 108, 109, in, 113; 
William, 109, in ; Sir William, Bt., 114. 



Burslem, Ellen, 165 ; Joan, 166 ; John, 

165, 166. 
Burton, Lady Anne, 41 ; Benjamin, 41 ; 

Frances, 70; Honor, 12; John, 12; 

Mary, 124. 
Bute, Frances, Marchioness of, 126; John, 

Earl of, 113, 117; John, Marquess of, 

126. 
Butler, Anne, Lady Dingwall, 23 ; Helena, 

Countess of Ormonde, 18 ; James, Duke 

of Ormonde, 23 ; Mary, Duchess of 

Ormonde, 23 ; Thomas, Earl of Ormonde, 

18. 
Buttevant, David, Viscount, 18 ; Ellen, 

Viscountess, 18. 
Byam, Grace, 85 ; Phillis, 85 ; Samuel, 

85- 



Calvert, Mary, 135; Solomon, 135. 
Campbell, Captain John, R.N., 59; Lilias 

Grant, 59. 
Candler, Elizabeth, 163. 
Cantrell, Mary Maria, 35, 36. 
Capell, Arthur, Lord, 17; Elizabeth, 142; 

Elizabeth, Lady, 17; Mary, 17; 

Richard, 142. 
Cardigan, Anne, Countess of, 93 ; Robert, 

Earl of, 93. 
Cargill, Isobel, 122; Thomas, 123. 
Carnarvon, Robert, Earl of, 17. 
Carryour, Margery, 72. 
Carter, Elizabeth, 6. 
Cartwright, Frances, 43 ; Rev. Hugh, 

43 ; Rhoda, 97 ; William, 97. 
Carus, Mary, 28 ; Sir Thomas, 28. 
Carver, Anne, 116 ; Joseph, 116. 
Cary, Elizabeth, 77, 158; Lieut. -General 

the Hon'^i^ George, 158 ; Hon'''^ Isabella, 

158; Lucius, Viscount Falkland, 158; 

Walter, 77. 
Carye, Hon'''^ Anne, 93 ; Henry, Viscount 

Falkland, 93. 
Caswall, George, 57 ; George Newman, 

57 ; Susan Constantia, 57. 
Catesbv, Mary, 145 ; Thomas, 145. 
Caulfeild, Hon^'e Alice, 38; William, 

Viscount Charlemont, 38. 
Cave, Elizabeth, 78, 142 ; Francis, 78 ; 

Margaret, 142 ; Rebecca, 78 ; Hon'^'* 

Robert Otway, 133 ; Roger, 142 ; Sarah, 

Baroness Braye, 133 ; Hon**'^ Sophia, 

'33- . 

Cavendish, Lady Caroline, 39 ; Catharine, 
Duchess of Devonshire, 39 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 40 ; Lord Henrj', 97 ; Mary, 
97 ; Lady Rhoda, 97 ; William, Duke 
of Devonshire, 39. 

Cawardyn, Alianora, 139; Robert, 

139- 
Cayley, Anne, 30; Sir George, Bt., 31; 
Dame Isabella, 30; Dame Sarah, 31; 
Sarah Philadelphia, 31 ; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 30. 



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Cecil, Elizabeth Anne, Marchioness of 
Exeter, 114 ; Emma, Countess of 
Burleigh, 114; Frances, Countess of 
Exeter, 94 ; Henry, Marquess of Exeter, 
114; John, Earl of Exeter, 94; 
Margaret, 142; Mary, Countess of 
Exeter, 94 ; Sarah, Countess of Exeter, 
114 ; — , Lord Burghley, 142. 
Chadwick, Lewis, 143 ; Mary, 143. 
Chambers, Anne, 68 ; Peter, 68. 
Champagne, Very Rev. Arthur, 52 ; Mary 

Anne, 52. 
Champs, John, 155; Margaret, 155. 
Chandler, Richard, 106. 
Chapman, Mary, 6 ; William, 6. 
Charlemont, William, Viscount, 38. 
Charlton, Catherine, 79, 82 ; Sir Job, 1 10 ; 

Mary, no; Nicholas, 82. 
Chase, Edward, 164 ; Elizabeth, 164 ; 

Sarah, 164. 
Cheseldyne, Edward, 43 ; Joan, 43. 
Chester, Dame Anne, 78 ; Catherine, 148 ; 
Charles, 148; Sir Charles, Bt., 145; 
Sir Charles Bagot, Bt., 148; Dame 
Frances, 78, 145 ; Sir John, Bt., 78, 
145 ; see Bagot. 
Chetwynd, Anne, 142 ; Hon^ie Elizabeth, 
82 ; Hon^'e William Richard, 82 ; 
Walter, 142. 
Chilcott, Elizabeth, no. 
Child, Sir Josiah, Bt., 21 ; Dame Mary, 

21 ; Rebecca, 21. 
Christopherson, Caroline Mary, 45 ; Rev. 

John Russell, 45. 
Clay, Sophia, n4 ; Rev. William, n4. 
Gierke, Francis, 62 ; Susanna, 62 ; 
Susanna Elizabeth, 62 ; Rev. Sir 
William Henry, Bt. , 62. 
Cleveland (Vanes), Dukes of, 90. 
Clopton, Anne, 160; William, 160. 
Clowes, Elizabeth, 167 ; Thomas, 167. 
Cochrane, John, Earl of Dundonald, 21 ; 

Mary, Countess of Dundonald, 21. 
Cock, Horatio, 56 ; Susannah, 56. 
Cockayne, Marian Charlotte Emily, 128; 

Thomas, 128. 
Coke, Ann Amelia, Countess of Leicester, 
55 ; Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, 

55- 
Cole, Mary, 43 ; Thomas, 43. 
Colebrand, Sir James, Bt., 154; Margaret, 

154- 
Colepeper, Ellen, 14, 91 ; Elizabeth, 90 ; 

Thomas, 14, 9°. 9i- 
Collier, Jane, 35 ; Joshua, 35. 
Collinsone, Paul, 123. 
Coltman, Philadelphia, 32 ; William 

Joseph, 32. 
ColviUe, Hugh, 38 ; Sarah, 38. 
Commerell, Elizabeth Christiana, 75 ; 

Frederick, 75. 
Compton, Anne, Countess of Northampton, 

23 ; Charles, Earl of Northampton, 23 ; 

James, Earl of Northampton, 21, 152; 

Lady Mary, 21, 152. 



Constable, Dorothy, Viscountess Dunbar, 
93 ; Marmaduke, 29 ; Mary, 29 ; Robert, 
Viscount Dunbar, 29, 93. 

Cony, Elizabeth, 93. 

Cook, Sir Anthony, 17; Elizabeth, 17; 
— , 6. 

Cooke, Anne, 103. 

Cooper, Anne, 75, 135 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
50 ; Elizabeth, 75 ; (Sir) Grey, Bt., 50; 
Rev. John, 135 ; Margaret, 50 ; Mary, 
50 ; Thomas, 75 ; William, 50. 

Cope, Arabella Diana, 158 ; Sir Charles, 
Bt., 158; Dame Elizabeth, 95; Sir 
John, Bt., 95 ; Mary, 95 ; William, 

95- 
Copley, Anne, 37. 
Coppacke, Anne, 67 ; William, 67. 
Coppin, Frances, 162 ; Richard, 162. 
Cornwallis, Charles, Earl, 52 ; Lady Mary, 

52. 
Cotes, Dorothy, n ; John, n, 145 ; Mary, 

145- 
Cotton, Dame Jane, 131 ; Sir John, Bt., 

131- 
Courtenay, Hon^-'e Elizabeth, 25 ; 

Katherine, Countess of Devon, 14 ; 

Hon^'e Louisa Augxista, 26 ; Lady 

Margaret, 14 ; William, Earl of, 14 ; 

William, Viscount, 25, 26. 
Courthope, Anne, no; Henry, no; Jane, 

108; Peter, 108. 
Cousins, John, 164; Mary, 164. 
Coutts, Frances, 126; Sophia, 133; Susan, 

133; Thomas, 126, 133. 
Coventry, Anne, Countess of, 25 ; Thomas, 

Earl of, 25. 
Covert, Jane, 108 ; Richard, 108. 
Cowe, Elizabeth Palmer, 87 ; Rev. James, 

87. 
Cox, Constantia, 45 ; Katherine, 45 ; 

Sampson, 45. 
Cradock, Dorothy, 154; Jane, 154; John, 

154- 
Craig, Agnes, 121 ; Barbara, I2i ; Rev. 

John, 121, 122. 
Craighead, Margaret, 122. 
Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, 97 ; 

Rachel, Countess of Middlesex, 97. 
Crawley, John, 142 ; Mary, 142. 
Creffeild, Peter, 56; Thamar, 56. 
Cremer, Julius, 12; Lucie, 12. 
Creswick, Elizabeth, 64; Mary, 99; 

Richard, 64 ; Very Rev. Samuel, 99. 
Crockett, John, 165. 
Croft, Charlotte Elizabeth, 54; James, 

54- 
Cromwel, Elizabeth, 135; William, 135. 

Crosby, — , 59- 

Crossland, Andrew, 69 ; Anne, 69. 

Cruickshank, James, 123; Robert, 123. 

CuUingworth, EHza, 61 ; Joseph, 61. 

Culpeper, Sir Alexander, 109 ; Anne, 108 ; 
Dame Jane, 109; Sir William, Bt., 
i 108. 
I Cunington, Elizabeth, 43: William, 43. 

177 



Cunyngaym, Effe, 122. 

Currie, Christian, 121 ; Rev. James, 121 ; 

Jane, 121. 
Curzon, Isabella, 139; Joan, 140; John, 

139, 140. 
Cust, Caroline, 33; Jane, 98; Sir Richard, 

Bt., 98. 



Dalison (Dalyson), Isabella, 113; Jane, 
113, 157, 158; Mary, 157; Maximilian, 
157; Thomas, 113, 157- 

Daniel, Catherine, 57 ; Rev. Richard, 

57- 
D'Arcy, Hon'''<= Catharine, 102; Conyers, 

Earl of Holdernesse, 102 ; Elizabeth, 

Countess of Holdernesse, 102 ; Lady 

Frances, 102. 
Darcy and Meynell, Elizabeth, Lady, 96 ; 

John, Lord, 96. 
Dartmouth, Anne, Countess of, 146 ; 

George, Earl of, 148, 151 ; William, 

Earl of, 146, 148. 
Dashwood, Dame Elizabeth, 95 ; Sir 

Francis, Bt., 95 ; Dame Marj-, 95. 
Dauncey, John, 13; Lucy, 13. 
Davenport, Cecily, 139; John, 139; 

Marjory, 139; Robert, 139. 
Davidson, Alexander, 123 ; Rev. Alexander, 

50 ; Jane, 50. 
Dealtry, Elizabeth, 7; Rev. William, 7. 
Deane, Dame Elizabeth, 161 ; Sir James, 

161. 
De Chair, Anne, 46 ; Dorothy, 46, 47 ; 

Edward, 46 ; Rev. Edward, 46 ; 

Elizabeth, 46, 47 ; Frances, 47 ; Henry, 

46 ; Isabella, 46 ; Jane, 47 ; John, 47 ; 

Rev. John, 46 ; Julia, 46, 47 ; Margaret, 

46 ; Rev. Richard Blackett, 46 ; Selena, 

47 ; Susanna, 47 ; Rev. William, 47. 
Delubain, Henry, 131 ; Mary, 131. 
Dent, Admiral Sir Digby, 34 ; Margaret 

Maria, 34. 
Derby, Anne, 115; Thomas, 115. 
Des Voeux, Sir Charles, Bt., 52; Charlotte, 

52 ; Dame Mary Anne, 52. 
Devereux, Blanche, 82. 
Devon, Katherine, Countess of, 14 ; 

William, Earl of, 14. 
Devonshire, Catharine, Duchess of, 39 ; 

William, Duke of, 39. 
Dickenson, Mary, 94 ; Rev. — , 94. 
Digby, Frances, 22; Simon, Lord, 22. 
Dilke, Dame Anne, 142 ; Sir Thomas, 

142. 
Dingwall, Ann, Lady, 23. 
Dirkin, Jane, 154. 
Dixon, Anne, 87 ; Samuel, 83, 87. 
Dodson, Anne, 71 ; George, 71. 
Dormer, Dame Alice, 17 ; Elizabeth, 17 ; 

Robert, Earl of Carnarvon, 17 ; Sir 

William, 17. 
Dorset, Anne, Countess of, 152 ; Charles, 

Earl of, 21, 152 ; Mary, Countess of, 

21, 152. 



Dowin, Andrew, 122. 

Dowker, Dorothy, 59. 

Downes, Elizabeth, 79. 

Dowse, Amabella, 98. 

Drake, Eleanor, 65; Elizabeth Sarah, 104; 

Sophia Anne, 65 ; Rev. Thomas, 65 ; 

Colonel Thomas, 104. 
Draper, Jane, 69 ; Thomas, 69. 
Drogheda, Bridget, Countess of, 40 ; 

Charles, Viscount, 38 ; Edward, Earl of, 

40 ; Henry, Earl of, 40 ; Sarah, Countess 

of, 40. 
Dudley, Cecily, Lady, 14; Edward, Lord, 

14. 
Dunbar, Dorothy, Viscountess, 93 ; Robert, 

Viscount, 93. 
Duncan, Agnes, 121 ; Alexander, 120, 

122, 123; Ann, 120; Annas, 123; 

Bessie, 122, 123; Christian, 120-123; 

David, 122 ; Effe, 122 ; Elspat, 122, 

123; Frances, 121; George, 121, 123; 

Rev. George, 120; Helen, 120, 123; 

Rev. Henry, 121 ; Isobel, 120, 122, 

123; James, 123; Janet, 123; John, 120, 

122, 123; Rev. John, 120; Katherine, 

123 ; Margaret, 120, 122 ; Marjorie, 

122 ; Marianne, 121 ; Mary, 121 ; 

Mathow, 122; Patrick, 123; Robert, 

120-122 ; Thomas, 123 ; Troelus, 122 ; 

Rev. Thomas Tudor, 121 ; William, 122, 

123 ; William Rathbone, 121 ; William 

MacDougall, 120 ; William McMurdo, 

121. 
Duncannon, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 38 ; 

William, Viscount, 38 ; see Bessborough 

and Ponsonby. 
Dundonald, John, Earl of, 21 ; Mary, 

Countess of, 21. 
Dunholme, Isabella, 140 ; William, 

140. 
Dutton, Isabel, 116; Thomas, 1 16. 
Dymoke, Anne, 92 ; Sir Edward, 92 ; 

Katherine, 92; Thomas, 92. 



Eardley, — , 142. 

East, Elizabeth, 141 ; George, 141. 

Ebrington, Susan, Viscountess, 125. 

Edlyn, Sarah, 78. 

Edward IV., King, 14. 

Edwardes, see Noel. 

Edwards, Adam, 81; Anne, 81. 

Effingham, Kenneth Alexander, Earl of, 

54- 
Egerton, Honora, 153 ; Dame Honora, 

153; John, Earl of Bridgwater, 153; 

Lady Louisa, 125 ; Penelope, 28 ; Peter, 

28 ; Scroop, Duke of Bridgwater, 125 ; 

Simon, 161 ; Thomasine, 161 ; Sir 

William, 153. 
EUice, Lady Anne Amelia, 55 ; Edward, 

55 ; Lady Hannah Althea, 55. 
Elliott, — , 77. 

Ellis, Anne, 98 ; Edmund, 98. 
Elmes, — , 5. 



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Elphenston, George, 122. 

Elton, Sir Charles Abraham, Bt., 55 ; 

Laura Marj^ 55 ; Sarah, 55. 
Emmery, Elizabeth, 163 ; Isaac, 163. 
Entwisle, James, 76 ; Mary, 76. 
Esterfelde, Agnes, 108. 
Etherington, Jane, 113, 158 ; I^chard, 

113, 158. 
Evans, Rev. John William, 33 ; Winifred 

Sherring, 33. 
Evelyn, James, 98 ; Jane, 98. 
Ewing, John, 122. 
Exelby, Alice, 161 ; Miles, 161. 
Exeter, Elizabeth Anne, Marchioness of, 

114; Emma, Marchioness of, 114; 

Frances, Countess of, 94 ; Henry, 

Marquess of, 1 14 ; John, Earl of, 94 ; 

Mary, Countess of, 94 ; Sarah, 

Marchioness of, 114. 
Eyton, Isabella, 139 ; John, 139. 



Fairchild, Frances, 43. 

Falkland, Henry, Viscount, 93 ; Lucius, 
Viscount, 158. 

Falmouth, Charles, Earl of, 152 ; George 
Evelyn, Viscount, 24, 26 ; Mary, 
Countess of, 152. 

Farmer, Caroline, 105 ; Joseph, 105 ; 
Martha, 106 ; Samuel, 106 ; William, 
106 ; William Alfred, 106. 

Fane, Agnes, 90 ; Alice, 90 ; Hon^'^ 
Amabella, 98; Anne, 92, 99, 102-104; 
Lady Anne, 102 ; Hon'''« Anne, 102 ; 
Dame Anne, 92 ; Anthony, 98 ; Hon'''^ 
Anthony, 98 ; Hon^'e Augusta, loi, 
104 ; Beata, 100 ; Bridget, 92 ; 
Catharine, 100 ; Catherine, Countess 
of Westmorland, 96 ; Lady Catherine, 
95, 96, 102 ; Charles, Earl of West- 
morland, 93 ; Charlotte, 102, 104 ; 
Lady Diana, 92 ; Dorothy, 98 ; Hon'''* 
Dorothy, 99, loi ; Dorothy, Countess 
of Westmorland, 93 ; Edward, 93, 99, 
100 ; Rev. Edward, 100 ; Elizabeth, 
90> 93i 94> 96) 98, 100, 103 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 94-96, 103 ; Hon'''*^ Elizabeth, 
100 ; Dame Elizabeth, 90, 92, 96 ; 
Elizabeth, Countess of Westmorland, 93, 
loi ; Elizabeth Sarah, 104; Dame Ellen, 
14, 91; Faith, 90; Frances, 90, 93; 
Lady Frances, 93, loi ; Hon'''^ Frances, 
100 ; Francis, 90, 93, 98, lOO, 103 ; 
Sir Francis, 96, 97 ; Francis, Earl of 
Westmorland, 91 ; Rear- Admiral Francis 
W^illiam, 104 ; George, 90, 92, 97 ; 
Hon''''= George, 99 ; Sir George, 92 ; 
Georgiana, 104 ; Grace, loi ; Lady 
Grace, 92, 93 ; Grace, Countess of 
Westmorland, 91, 94 ; Dame Hannah, 
97 ; Henry, 91, 97-99, 102 ; Hon'^'e 
Henry, 96, 102 ; Isabel, 90, 93 ; Jane, 
98, 100, loi ; Joan, 90, 92 ; John, 90-92, 
95. 97> 99> 103 ; John, Earl of West- 
morland, 97, loi ; Katherine, 92, loi ; 



Margaret, 90, 91, 94 ; Mary, 91, 92, 98, 
99, 103, 104 ; Lady Mary, 92, 94, 95, 102 ; 
Dame Mary, 90 ; Mary, Countess of 
Westmorland, 91, 94, 97 ; Mildmay, Earl 
of Westmorland, 91, 94, 100; Hon*''^ 
Mildmay, 94, 98 ; Rachel, 95, 99, 100 ; 
Lady Rachel, 96-98, 100; Rachel, 
Countess of Westmorland, 95 ; Richard, 
90, 104 ; Hon^'>= Robert, loi ; Spencer, 
92 ; Susan, 90 ; Lady Susan, 96 ; Susan, 
Countess of Westmorland, loi ; Thomas, 
92, 93 ; Colonel Thomas, 98 ; Sir 
Thomas, 14, 90, 91 ; Thomas, Earl of 
Westmorland, 96, loi ; Vere, Earl of 
Westmorland, 95 ; William, 98, 99 ; 
Rev. the Hon^^'e William, 100. 

Farnworth, Elizabeth, 69. 

Farquhar, Alexander, 123 ; John, 123. 

Farrington, George, 65 ; Isabel, 65. 

Fauquier, Elizabeth, 82 ; John Francis, 
82, 83 ; Mary, 83. 

Fellows, Hannah, 69 ; Mary, 69 ; Samuel, 
69. 

Fen wick, Catherine, 50 ; Martin, 48 ; 
Randall, 50. 

Fergusson, Robert, 123. 

Fermoy, David, Viscount, 1 8. 

Fewzeon, Alexander, 123. 

Finch, Lady Anne, 146 ; Lady Frances, 

148 ; Heneage, Earl of Aylesford, 146, 
148, 149 ; Lady Mary, 149. 

Fisher, Anne, 142 ; Sir Clement, 142 ; 

Dame Mary, 142. 
Fitzmaurice, Hon'''^ Jane, 152; Patrick, 

Baron Kerry, 152. 
Fitzroy, Anne, Lady Southampton, 148 ; 

Charles, 22 ; Charles, Duke of Grafton, 

23 ; Charles, Lord Southampton, 148 ; 

Hon'''^ Emily, 148 ; Henrietta, Duchess 

of Grafton, 23 ; see Scudamore. 
Fitzwilliam, Charlotte, Countess, 40 ; 

Louisa, Countess, 40 ; William, Earl, 

40. 
Flahou, Benjamin, 47 ; Jane, 47. 
Fleming, Anne, 129. 
Flint, Anne, 104 ; Sir Charles William, 

104 ; William, 104. 
Fogg, Catherine, 148 ; Jonathan, 148. 
Foljambe, Francis, 28 ; Mary, 28. 
FoUiott, Elizabeth, 37 ; Henry, Lord, 37. 
Forbes, Admiral the Hon'''« John, 27, 

149 ; Katherine Elizabeth, 27, 149 ; 
Patrick, 123. 

Ford, Anne, 119; Francis, 119; Sir 
Francis, Bt., 1 19. 

Forde, Hugh, 166 ; Sarah, 166. 

Formby, Catherine, 66 ; Henry, 66. 

Forster, Elizabeth, 49 ; Magdalen, 48 ; 
Matthew, 49 ; Thomas, 48. 

Fortescue, Elizabeth, Countess, 125 ; 
Emily, II ; Hon'^'^ George Matthew, 
128; Hugh, Earl, 125, 128; Lady 
Louisa Elizabeth, 128; Matthew, 11 ; 
Susan, Viscountess Ebrington, 125. 

Fowler, Martha, 63 ; Thomas, 63. 



179 



Fownes, Dame Elizabeth, 41 ; Sir William, 

Fox, Sir Edward, 16; Dame Elizabeth, 

16; Dame Katherine, 16. 
Foxe, Anne, 81; John, 81; Dr. Samuel, 

81 ; Ursula, 81. 
Frampton, James, 85 ; Phillis, 85. 
Francis, Elizabeth, 129 ; Jane, 129 ; 

William, 129. 
Frankland, Dame Elizabeth, 29 ; Mary, 

29 ; Sir Thomas, Bt. , 29. 
Franklin, Elizabeth, 108 ; James, 108. 
Frere, Ameha, 113 ; Tobias, 1 13. 
Frescheville, Hon^'« Elizabeth, 102 ; John, 

Lord, 102. 
Frith, Dennis, 137 ; Margaret, 137. 
Fuller, Mary, 4 ; Philip, 4. 
Funge, Elizabeth, 9 ; John, 9 ; Mary, 9. 
Fumese, Anne, 147 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 147. 
Fynne, Thomas, 122. 
Fynnymore, Alice, 165 ; Nicholas, 165. 

Gainsborough, Catharine, Countess of, 21 ; 

Charles, Earl of, 53 ; Frances, Countess 

of, 53 ; Wriothesley Baptist, Earl of, 21. 
Gairdyne, Thomas, 123. 
Galloway, Alexander, Earl of, 24. 
Gamble, Agnes, 68; Thomas, 68. 
Gardner, Ehzabeth, 44 ; Captain John, 

R.N., 44- 
Garth, Elizabeth, 103 ; Richard, 103. 
Geale, Elizabeth, 125; Piers, 125. 
Gee, Bridget, 31; Mary, 169; Thomas, 

3i> 169. 
Gerard, Dutton, Lord, 94 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; 

Elizabeth, Lady, 94 ; Mary, Lady, 94 ; 

Sir Thomas, 28. 
Gerrard, Elizabeth, 16; Ratclifife, 16. 
Gib, Helen, 123; Isobel, 120, 123. 
Gibson, Elizabeth, 71, 118; Gervas, 71; 

John, 118; Mary, 71. 
Gifford, Beata, 100. 
Gilbert, Robert, 70; Sarah, 70. 
Gildart, Elizabeth, 32 ; Thomas, 32. 
Glanville, Frances, 24 ; W^illiam Evelyn, 24. 
Glen, Ellen, 116; John, 116. 
Gordon, Adam, 123 ; Catherine, Duchess 

of, loi ; Lady Catherine, lOi ; Cosmo 

George, Duke of, 10 1 ; Rev. George, 

123; James, 123; John, 123; Margaret, 

122; Lady Susan, loi ; William, Earl 

of Aberdeen, loi. 
Goring, Elizabeth, no; Sir Henry, Bt., 

no. 
Grafton, Charles, Duke of, 23 ; Henrietta, 

Duchess of, 23. 
Gransden, John, 3; Mary, 3. 
Grantham, Frances, Lady, 30 ; Thomas, 

Lord, 30. 
Gran\dlle of Potheridge, John, Lord, 21 ; 

Rebecca, Lady, 21. 
Green, Catherine, 57; Charlotte, 58; 

Edward, 57 ; Frances, 57 ; Joseph, 57, 

58. 



Greene, Anne, 80 ; Edward, 80 ; Eleanor, 
79 ; Rebecca, 80. 

Grenville, Charlotte, 25 ; George, 25 ; 
George, Marquess of Buckingham, 
25. 

Gresley, Bridget, 130; Elizabeth, 129; 
Sir George, Bt., 130; Hastings, 129; 
Sir Robert, Bt., 130; Thomas, 130. 

Greville, Algernon, 22 ; Hon^'« Catharine, 
21; Fulke, Lord Brooke, 21, 22; 
Mary, 22. 

Grey, Alice, 80 ; Amabella, Countess of 
Kent, 98 ; Anna Maria, 48 ; Dame 
Anna Sophia, 53 ; Anne, 50 ; Dame 
Catherine, 48, 50; Charles, Earl, 51; 
Charles Samuel, 55 ; Charlotte, 50, 55 ; 
Dame Charlotte, 52 ; Hon^'e Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 54; Dorothy, 49, 50; Edward, 
48-50; Rt. Rev. the Hont^'^ Edward, 
Bishop of Hereford, 54 ; Sir Edward, 
48 ; Honbie Eliza, 54 ; Elizabeth, 48-53 ; 
Elizabeth, Countess, 51 ; Hon'''^ Eliza- 
beth, 54; Lady Elizabeth, 51 ; George, 
51, 121; Sir George, Bt., 52, 53; 
Hannah, 49; Dame Hannah, 49; Lady 
Hannah Althea, 55 ; Hannah Jean, 54 ; 
Harriet Caroline Augusta, 54 ; Henry, 
51 ; Henry, Earl of Kent, 98; Sir 
Henry, Bt., 49 ; General Sir Henry 
George, 52 ; Dame Isabel, 48 ; Jane, 
49, 50, 54 ; John, 48-50 ; Laura Mary, 
55 ; Magdalen, 48 ; Margaret, 48-50 ; 
Margaret Dysart, 55 ; Hon^'« Maria, 53 ; 
Martin, 49, 50; Mar}', 50, 52, 121; 
Dame Marj', 52; Mary, Lady, 14; Mary 
Elizabeth, Countess, 51 ; Philadelphia, 
48; Philip, 48; Ralph, 48, 49, 52; 
Sir Ralph, 48 ; Richard, 80 ; Susanna, 
49; Thomas, 49-51 ; Lieut. -Colonel the 
Honb'e Thomas, 53 ; Sir Thomas, 48 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel the Hon*''<= William, 

53- 
Grey of Wilton, Mary, Lady, 14; William, 

Lord, 14. 
Grimshaw, Edward, 63 ; Margaret, 63. 
Grogan, John, 42 ; Mary, 42. 
Guild, Rev. William, 123. 
Guildford, Dame Elizabeth, 20 ; Sir Henry, 

20; John, 20; Robert, 20. 
Guy, Dorothy, 73. 
Gwell, Mathow, 122. 
Gwydyr, Peter, Baron, 114; Priscilla 

Barbara Elizabeth, Lady, 114. 



Hackett, Sarah, 4. 

Hair, Ann, 120; James, 120. 

Hale, Elizabeth Frances, 159; John, 159. 

Halse, James, 63 ; Maria, 63. 

Haly, Charlotte Maria, 137 ; Thomas 

Beard, 137. 
Hambling, Abigail, 74; Joseph, 74. 
Hamer, Harriet, 32 ; Joshua, 32. 
Hamilton, Charlotte, 104 ; Colonel John 

Potter, 104. 



180 



Hamilton and Brandon, Douglas, Duke of 

114; Elizabeth Anne, Duchess of, 114. 
Hamlyn-Williams, Arabella, 53 ; Sir James, 

Bt., 53. 
Hanbury, Anne, 10; William, 10. 
Handyside, Anne, 7. 
Hankinson, Caroline, 33; E., 23- 
riarby. Sir Erasmus, Bt., 93 ; Dame 

Frances, 93. 
Harding, Anne, 126; Edward, 126. 
Hardwick, Benjaniin, 60 ; Catherine, 160 ; 

Grace, 60; Thomas, 160. 
Hargreaves, Charlotte Anne, 1 1 ; Eleanor 

Mary, 11; Colonel John, 11. 
Harker, John, 135; Mary, 135. 
Harley, Caroline, 105 ; Edward, 105. 
Harpur, Dame Carohne, 133; Sir Henry, 

Bt., 133. 
Harrison, Hannah, 70. 
Harrop, Caroline Mann, 35 ; Josiah, 35, 

36 ; Mary Maria, 35, 36 ; Sophia 

Charlotte, 36. 
Harrowby, Dudley, Earl of, 125, 126 ; 

Elizabeth, Lady, 125 ; Frances, Countess 

of, 126; Nathaniel, Baron, 125 ; Susan, 

Countess of, 125; see Ryder. 
Harryman, Dorothy, 116; Geoffrey, 116. 
Harte, Elizabeth, 90; Sir William, 90. 
Harvey, Barbara, 10 ; Jane, 1 1 ; Mary, 1 1 ; 

Robert, 10; Susanna, 11; William, 10; 

see Thursby. 
Hascard, Elizabeth, 96, 100; Very Rev. 

Gregory, 96, lOO ; Rachel, 96 ; Lady 

Rachel, 100. 
Hastings, Lady Elizabeth, 15 ; Francis, 

Earl of Huntingdon, 15 ; Katharine, 

Countess of Huntingdon, 15. 
Hatcher, Elizabeth, 98; John, 98. 
Hatley, Judith, 86. 
Haworth, Ann, 6^, 65 ; Alice, 64 ; 

Catherine, 62 ; Edmund, 62 ; Elizabeth, 

62 ; Giles, 63 ; Grace, 63 ; Jonathan, 

64, 65 ; Mary, 62-64 5 Sarah, 62 ; 

Thomas, 62. 
Hay, Hon'''^ Edward, 151 ; George Henry, 

Earl of Kinnoull, 151 ; Mary, 151 ; 

Hon'''^ Mary, 151. 
Hayles, Frances, 86. 
Hayton, Harriet, 51 ; William, 51. 
Heath, Lewis, 168; Sarah, 168. 
Heathcote, Mary, 103 ; Sir William, Bt. , 

103. 
Heberden, Althea Hyde, 85 ; Elizabeth, 

83 ; Mary, 83, 85 ; Rev. Thomas, 85 ; 

William, 83, 85. 
Heming, Amicia, 118; Anne, 118; George, 

118; PhiUp, 118; Rev. Samuel 

Bracebridge, 118. 
Hendley, Elizabeth, 90; Ellen, 14, 91; 

Dame Helen, 14, 90, 91 ; Sir Walter, 

14, 90, 91. 
Henley, Georgiana, 104; John, 99; Joseph 

Warner, 104; Mary, 99. 
Henniker, Augustus Henry Aldborough 

Stratford, 59 ; Lilias Grant, 59. 



Herbert, Elizabeth, Baroness, 14 ; Elizabeth, 

Marchioness of Powis, 19 ; Henry, 16 ; 

Henry, Lord, 18 ; Lady Lucy, 16 ; 

Mary, Countess of Huntingdon, 14 ; 

Sir Thomas, 16 ; William, Lord, 16 ; 

William, Earl of Huntingdon, 14 ; 

William, Marquess of Powis, 19. 
Hereford, Rt. Rev. Edward Grey, Bishop 

of, 54- 
Heron, Dorothy, 98 ; Henry, 98 ; Sir 

Henry, 98. 
Hertford, William, Marquess of, 17. 
Hervey, Rev. Lord Charles Amelius, 128; 

Frederick William, Marquess of Bristol, 

128 ; Lady Harriet Charlotte Sophia, 

128. 
Herwe, Hew, 122. 
Hetherington, Jane, 5. 
de Heule, Abraham, 34 ; Anne Dalton, 

34- 
Heywood, Elizabeth, 29 ; Robert, 29. 
Higginson, Elizabeth, 156; Richard, 156. 
Hills, Sarah, 70. 
Hinckes, Barbara, 106 ; Diana, 107 ; 

Edward, 106 ; Elizabeth, 106, 107 ; 

James, 106 ; Rev. James, 107 ; Jane, 

106 ; Joan, 106 ; John, 107 ; Joseph, 

106, 107 ; Mary, 107 ; Peter, 107 ; 

Samuel, 106, 107; Thomas, 106, 107. 
Hippisley, Elizabeth, 44 ; Tobias, 44. 
Hodgson, Anne Maria, 136; Mary, 136; 

Rev. Rowland, 136. 
Hodgkinson, Sarah Holmes, 134; Captain 

William, R.N., 134; see Brent. 
Hodsoll, Anne, 1-3 ; Caroline, 4; 

Dorothy, i ; Edmund, 3 ; Elizabeth, 

I, 2 ; Francis, 2 ; Hannah, 4 ; Henry, 

1-3 ; Isaac, 4 ; Isabella, 3 ; James, 4 ; 

Jane, i, 3; John, 1-3; Mandy, 2; 

Margaret, 2 ; Martha, I ; Mary, 2-4 ; 

Maxfield, 3, 4 ; Reuben, 3 ; Sarah, 4 ; 

Stephen, i ; Thomas, 1-4 ; Urban, 3 ; 

William, 1-3. 
Hoggins, Sarah, 1 14 ; Thomas, 114. 
Holcroft, Alice, 28 ; John, 28. 
Holden, Elizabeth, 130; Ellen Rose, 118; 

Hyla, 118 ; Robert, 130. 
Holdemesse, Conyers, Earl of, 102 ; 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 102. 
Holme, Dorothy, 32 ; Rev. Nicholas, 

32. 

Holmes, Roger, 116; Susannah, 116. 

Flolroyd, Abraham Parkinson, 60 ; Anne, 
60 ; Benjamin, 59; Betty, 61 ; Deborah, 
59 ; Dorothy, 59 ; Edward, 61 ; Eliza, 
61; Elizabeth Parkinson, 60; Grace, 
60 ; Hannah, 59, 61 ; Henry, 61 ; Jane 
Susanna, 59 ; John, 59 ; Rev. John, 60 ; 
Joseph, 59 ; Keturah, 60 ; Lilias Grant, 
59 ; Margaret, 59 ; Mary, 61 ; Sarah, 
59, 60; Stephen Todd, 59, 61; William, 
61. 

Home, Anne, Countess of, 93 ; Grace, 
Countess of, 93 ; James, 123 ; James, 
Earl of, 93. 



Hooper, Dorothy, in; Frances, io8 ; 
John, 1 08; Thomas, HI. 

Hopegood, Edward, 129; Jane, 129. 

Hore, Hon^ie Dorothy, 42 ; Mary, 42 ; 
William, 42. 

Horner, Ellison, 122. 

Horsey, Dorothy, 99 ; James, 99. 

Hoskins, Catharine, 39 ; John, 39. 

Houghton, Jane, 63 ; T., 63. 

Houncel, Lettice, 132 ; William, 132. 

Howard, Anne, Duchess of Norfolk, 18 ; 
Honbie Anne, 91 ; Lady Arabella 
Georgina, 54 ; Auberie Anne Penelope, 
Lady Walden, 24 ; Clotworthy, Baron 
Templetown, 149 ; Hon^'^ Frances, 149 ; 
Lady Frances, 102 ; Colonel the Honbie 
Fulke Greville, 149 ; Henrietta, Countess 
of Suffolk and Bindon, 24 ; Henry, Earl 
of Suffolk, 149 ; Henr>% Earl of Suffolk 
and Bindon, 24 ; Henry, Duke of 
Norfolk, 18; Jane, Duchess of Norfolk, 
18 ; Kenneth Alexander, Earl of Effing- 
ham, 54 ; Lady Mary, 149 ; Hon^'e 
Mary, 149 ; Richard, 149 ; Thomas, 
Earl of Berkshire, 102 ; Thomas, 
Viscount Bindon, 91 ; William, Viscount 
Andover, 149. 

Howe, Arthurine, 115; Robert, 115. 

Howell, Jane, 155 ; John, 155. 

Howesonne, Andrew, 123. 

Howkins, Joseph, 44 ; Sarah, 44. 

Hoyle, Elizabeth, 69 ; Robert, 69. 

Hughes, Mary, 144 ; Thomas, 144. 

Hulme, Elizabeth, 169 ; Joseph, 169. 

Hunter, Margaret Dysart, 55 ; General 
Sir Martin, 55. 

Huntingdon, William, Earl of, 14 ; Francis, 
Earl of, 15 ; Katharine, Countess of, 
15 ; Mary, Countess of, 14. 

Hurdis, Catherine, 56 ; James, 56 ; Mary, 

56. 

Hutcheone, Thomas, 123. 

Hyde, Althea, 84 ; Lady Anne, 23 ; 
Bridget, 21 ; John, 84 ; Laurence, 
Earl of, 23 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 21. 

Hyett, Christian, 8. 



Ingles, Paul, 123. 
Inglesant, Hannah, 70; John, 70. 
Inglis, Mary, 121; Rev. — , 121. 
Ingrahame, John, 123. 
Ingram, Arthur, 158; Isabella, 158. 
Innes, Eliza, 54; George, 123; John, 54. 
Isham, Charlotte, 12; Diana, 12; Rev. 
Euseby, 12. 



Jackson, Ann, 44 ; Caroline Mary, 45 ; 
Charles William Frederick Augustus 
Joseph Hugh, 44 ; Christopher, 43 ; 
Elizabeth, 43, 44, 168; Frances, 43, 45 ; 
Francis, 43-45 ; Rev. Francis, 44 ; 
Hugh, 44 ; James, 45 ; Rev. James 
Leonard, 89 ; Jane, 44, 45 ; Joan, 43 ; 



John, 168 ; Jeremiah, 44, 45 ; Rev. 

Jeremiah, 45 ; John, 44 ; Katherine, 45; 

Louisa Decima Hyde, 89 ; Margaret, 

120; Mar}', 43, 44; Mary Ann, 45; 

Nicholas, 43; Robert, 120; Sarah, 43, 

44 ; Susanna, 43 ; Thomas, 43, 44 , 

William, 43, 44. 
Jak, Patrick, 123. 
Jalland, Agnes, 67, 68 ; Alice, 68, 70 ; 

Anne, 67-69, 71 ; Elizabeth, 67-69, 71 ; 

Frances, 70; George, 70, 71 ; Gervase, 

70; Gibson, 71; Hannah, 70, 71; 

Isabel, 68 ; Jane, 67, 69 ; John, 67-70 ; 

Joseph, 71; Magdalen, 68; Margaret, 

67 ; Mary, 67-70 ; Philip, 69 ; Robert, 

69-71; Samuel, 68; Sarah, 70, 71; 

Sarah Maria Anne, 70 ; Stephen, 68 ; 

Thomas, 67-71 ; William, 67-70. 
James, Elizabeth, 6 ; Mary, 117 ; Richard, 

69 ; Samuel, 6. 
Jamet, Harriet, 36; J., 36. 
Jason, Frances, 79 ; Robert, 79 ; Susan, 

79- 
Jefferys, Elizabeth, 2. 
Jenkinson, Harriet Caroline Augusta, 54 ; 

Rev. John Simon, 54. 
Jennens, Charles, 130; Elizabeth, 130; 

Mary, 130. 
Jennyngs, John, 95 ; Mary, 95. 
Jersey, Frances, Countess of, 1 50 ; George, 

Earl of, 150. 
Jevons, Elizabeth, 106; Rev. Thomas, 

106. 
Jex-Blake, Maria, 76; Rev. William Jex, 

76. 
Jocelyn, Lady Frances, 53 ; Robert, Earl 

of Roden, 53. 
Jodrell, Edmund, 129; Elizabeth, 129. 
Johnson, Jane, 5 ; Mary, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Johnston, Anne, 84 ; Captain, 84 ; James, 

122. 
Johnstoun, George, 122; William, 123. 
Jones, Anna, 34 ; Elizabeth, 64 ; John, 

34 ; Mary Eleanora, 133 ; Robert, 64 ; 

William, 133. 
Joseline, Anne, 141 ; Sir Thomas, 141. 



Kearsley, Henrietta, 136. 
Keeling, John, 58 ; Mary, 58. 
Keene, Augusta, 104; Benjamin, 104. 
Keighley, Catherine, 28 ; Henry, 28 ; 

Mary, 28. 
Keightley, Elizabeth, 77 ; Thomas, 77. 
Kelsall, Jane, 83 ; John, 83. 
Kemble, John, 33; Sophia, 33. 
Kennedy, Elizabeth, 50; John, 122. 
Kent, Amabella, Countess of, 98 ; Henry, 

Earl of, 98; Sophia, 33. 
Kentish, Elizabeth, lOl ; Samuel, lOi. 
Keppel, Lady Anne Amelia, 55 ; William 

Charles, Earl of Albemarle, 55. 
Kerrill, Elizabeth, 157 ; Mary, 157 ; 

Thomas, 157. 
Kerry, Patrick, Baron, 152. 



King, Dorothy, 72 ; Elizabeth, Lady 

Moore, 38 ; James, 72 ; Rev. John, 95 ; 

John, Baron Moore, 38 ; Mary, 95 ; 

Thomas, 122. 
Kinnoull, George Henry, Earl of, 151. 
Kirby, Anne, 161 ; Dorothy, 156 ; Jeffery, 

156; Margaret, 156; Thomas, 161. 
Kirk, Elizabeth, 117. 
Knight, Elizabeth, iii; John, iii. 
Kniveton, Agnes, 139 ; Anne, 140 ; 

Elizabeth, 140; Emma, 139; Lucy, 

139; Henry, 140; John, 139; Robert, 

140. 
Knutton, Ann, 71 ; John, 70; Mary, 70; 

Thomas, 71. 
Kynnersley, Craven, 146; Francis, 144; 

Jane, 146; Lettice, 144. 
Kyntor, Marion, 122. 



Lambard, Mary, 142; William, 142. 
Lammyng, Alice, 70; William, 70. 
Landon, Anna, 34, 35 ; Anne Dalton, 34 ; 

Caroline Mann, 35 ; Rev. Charles 

Richard, 35; Elizabeth, 34, 36; Frances, 

35 ; Harriet, 36 ; Harry, 36 ; Hester, 

35 ; James, 34, 35 ; Jane, 35 ; Jean, 35 ; 

John, 34, 36 ; John Luke, 35 ; Louisa, 

36; ^lagdalen, 34; Margaret Maria, 34; 

Marie, 34, 35 ; Philip, 36 ; Pierre, 35 ; 

Samuel, 34, 36 ; Sophia Charlotte, 36 ; 

Susan, 34. 
Lane, Anne, 142 ; Sir John, loi ; Mary 

Anne, loi ; Thomas, 142. 
Langham, Dame EUzabeth, 134; Sir 

James, Bt., 134. 
Lascells, Jane, 29 ; William, 29. 
Latimer, John, Lord, 16; Lucy, Lady, 16. 
Laurie, Dame Judith, 86 ; Robert, 105 ; 

Sir Robert, 86. 
Layng, Christian, 122, 123. 
Leach, Elizabeth, 33 ; Timothy, 33. 
Le Despencer, Mary, Baroness, 90. 
Leeds, Bridget, Duchess of, 21 ; Peregrine, 

Duke of, 21. 
Leeke, Emily Frances Anne, 54 ; Ralph, 

54- 
Legay, Magdalen, 34. 
Legge, Anne, Countess of Dartmouth, 146; 

Lady Barbara, 146 ; Catherine, 14S ; 

Hon'''^ Catherine, 148 ; Frances, 

Countess of Dartmouth, 148 ; George, 

Earl of Dartmouth, 148, 151 ; Lady 

Harriet, 151 ; Hon'^''^ Heneage, 148 ; 

Lady Louisa, 148 ; William, Earl of 

Dartmouth, 146, 148. 
Leicester, Anne Amelia, Countess of, 55 ; 

Thomas William, Earl of, 55. 
Leigh, Jane, 152 ; Honora, 153 ; Jane, 

152 ; Mary, 152 ; Sir Thomas, 152 ; 

Thomas, Lord, r53. 
Leisk, George, 123. 
Lerigens, — , 12. 
Leslie, George, 123; John, 123; Normand, 

123; Robert, 123. 



Le Strange, Catherine, 48; Roger, 48. 

Leveson, Anne, 81. 

Leveson-Gower, Lady Charlotte Sophia, 

24, 127; Granville, Marquess of Stafford, 

24, 125, 127 ; Louisa, Marchioness of 

Stafford, 125 ; Lady Susan, 125 ; 

Susanna, Marchioness of Stafford, 24. 
Lewis, Elizabeth, 112; John, 112. 
Lewkner, Sir Edward, 161 ; Hester, 161. 
Lichfield and Coventry, Rt. Rev. the 

Hon^^'s Henry Ryder, 53, 128. 
Liddell, Christian, 120, 123; James, 123. 
Lilley, Sarah Maria Anne, 70. 
Lindzee, Ann, 159 ; Thomas, 159. 
Lion, John, 79 ; Susan, 79. 
Lisle, Dorothy, 49 ; Edward, 49. 
Lister, Elizabeth, 29 ; Rev. J., 29 ; Mary, 

56 ; Mathew, 56 ; Sarah, 56. 
Lloyd, Maurice, 11 ; Susanna, 11. 
Lofthouse, Betty, 60 ; Elizabeth, 60. 
Loftus, Anne, Viscountess, 42 ; Arthur, 

Lord, 42 ; Letitia, Viscountess, 42 ; 

Nicholas, Viscount, 42. 
Lomax, Anne, 124 ; Thomas, 124. 
London, Rt. Rev. Richard Terrick, Bishop 

of, 125. 
Loremer, Isobel, 122. 
Lowe, Katherine, 143 ; Margaret, 143 ; 

Michael, 143. 
Lowndes-Stone, Elizabeth, 103 ; William, 

103. 
Lowson, Walter, 122. 
Luard, Mary Ann, 87 ; William, 87. 
Lubbock, Abigail, 74 ; Alice, 72 ; Anna 

Elizabeth, 76; Anne, 73-76; Cecilia, 

72 ; Charles, 76 ; Daniel, 74 ; Dorothy, 

72, 73 ; Edmund, 72, 75 ; Elizabeth, 

73, 75 ; Dame Elizabeth Christiana, 75 ; 
Emma, 74, 75 ; Hannah, 74 ; Henry, 

73 ; Isabel, 72 ; Joan, 72 ; John, 73, 74; 
Sir John, Bt., 75 ; Sir John William, Bt., 
76 ; Joseph, 73, 74 ; Katherine, 72 ) 
Margery, 72 ; Maria, 76; Mary, 73, 74 ; 
Dame Mary, 76 ; Nathaniel, 75 ; 
Nicholas, 72, 74 ; Richard, 72 ; Robert, 
72-74 ; Samuel, 73, 74 ; Sarah, 72, 75 ; 
Thomas, 72, 73, 76 ; William, 74, 76 ; 
Rev. William, 75. 

Lumisden, Elspaitt, 122. 
Lundie, Marj^, 121 ; Robert, 121. 
Luther, Charlotte, 102 ; John, 102 ; 
Richard, 102. 



Macclesfield, Thomas, Earl of, 103. 

Macdonald, Esther, 66. 

Machin, Elizabeth, 166 ; Katherine, 166 ; 

William, 166. 
McMurdo, Ann, 120; Mary, 120; William, 

120. 
Macro, Elizabeth, 162; William, 162. 
Maleham, Mary, 52. 
Malison, Alexander, 122. 
Mandy, Henry, i ; Jane, I. 
Manistey, Clement, 79; Lucy, 79. 



183 



Manners, Lady Caroline, 133 ; Charles, 

Duke of Rutland, 26 ; Lady Frances, 90, 

94 ; John, Duke of Rutland, 133 ; John, 

Earl of Rutland, 94 ; Lucy, Duchess of 

Rutland, 133 ; Mary Isabella, Duchess 

of Rutland, 26, 133 ; Thomas, Earl of 

Rutland, 90. 
Mansel, Sir Edward, 16; Dame Jane, 16. 
Margetson, Hon^'^ Alice, 38 ; James, 38 ; 

Sarah, 38. 
Mark, Elspat, 122. 
Marsh, Dorothy, 99 ; Thomas, 99. 
Marshall, Anne, 44, 98; Caroline Mar)', 

45 ; Elizabeth, 67, 124; John, 44; John 

Goddard, 45 ; Mary, 98 ; Robert, 98 ; 

William, 67, 124. 
Martin, Elizabeth, 83 ; John, 83 ; Joseph, 

85 ; Keturah, 60 ; Mary, 85. 
Mason, Lady Mary, 52 ; Captain Thomas 

Monck, R.N., 52. 
Masterman, Alathea, 7 ; Catherine, 7 ; 

Henry, 7 ; see Barlow. 
Matthew, Susanna, 117. 
Maud, Elizabeth, 36; John, 36. 
Maxfield, Dorothy, i ; Rev. Thomas, I. 
May, James, 42 ; Letitia, 42. 
Maynard, Frances, 92; John, 92. 
Mayo, Rev. Charles, 36; Louisa, 36. 
Meare, Dorothy, i68 ; Elizabeth, 167 ; 

Francis, 168; John, 167; Sarah, 168. 
Mealh, Chambre, Earl of, 39 ; Edward, 

Earl of, 38. 
Meingzeis, Paul, 123. 
Menzies, Rev. John, 123. 
Merrik, Isabel, 112; Isabella, 112, 132; 

John, 112, 132. 
Messone, Katharine, 123. 
Meverell, Elena, 140; Thomas, 140. 
Middlemore, Samuel, 80; Sarah, 80. 
Middlesex, Lionel, Earl of, 97 ; Rachel, 

Countess of, 97 ; see Dorset. 
Middleton, Mary, 84. 
Mildmay, Sir Anthony, 91 ; Dame Grace, 

91 ; Mary, 91. 
Milward, Fehce, 141; Henrj", 141. 
Millward, John, 9; Mary, 9. 
IMills, Annabella, 157; John, 157. 
Mitchell, Anne, 46 ; Lady Harriet Isabella, 

26 ; Colonel Henry Hugh, 26 ; Jane, 

46. 
Moir, John, 123; Patrick, 123; William, 

123. 
Molesworth, Hon^'^ Louisa, 40, 51 ; 

Richard, Viscount, 40, 51. 
Molyneux, Ahce, 17; Elizabeth, 27; Sir 

Robert, Bt., 17 ; Lieut. -General Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 27. 
Money, Charlotte Christina, 134 ; Clara 

Maria, 134 ; Rev. James Drummond, 

134. 
Money-Coutts, Clara Maria, 134. 
Monk, Anne, i. 
Monro, Charles, 89 ; Frances Maria, 89 ; 

Jane, 89. 
Montacute, Henry, Lord, 15. 



Montagu, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 20 ; 

Francis, Viscount, 20; John, Marquess 

of, 14. 
Montgomery, Anne, 139; Sir Nicholas, 

139- 

Moody, Althea Jane, 87 ; Rev. Henry 
Riddell, 87. 

Moonkeard, Elizabeth, ill. 

Moore, Anne, 92 ; Bridget, Countess of 
Drogheda, 40 ; Charles, Viscount 
of Drogheda, 38 ; Edward, Earl of 
Drogheda, 40 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; Elizabeth, 
Lady, 38 ; Elizabeth, Lady Tullamore, 
38 ; Hon'''^ Elizabeth, 41 ; Henry, Earl 
of Drogheda, 40 ; Hon^'« Jane, 38 ; 
John, 92 ; John, Baron, 38 ; John, Lord 
Tullamore, 38; John Patrick, 44; Mary, 
38 ; Hon*''^ Randle, 38 ; Richard, 41 ; 
Sarah, Countess of Drogheda, 40 ; 
Stephen, 41. 

More, Anne, 116; Arthur, 116; Margaret, 
20. 

Morgan, Emme, 16 ; Lady Frances, 20 ; 
Giles, 16 ; William, 20. 

Mornington, Katherine Elizabeth, Countess 
of, 27, 149 ; William, Earl of, 27, 149. 

Morres, Hervey, Viscount Mountmorres, 
42 ; Lady Letitia, 42 ; Mary, Viscountess 
Mountmorres, 42. 

Morrison, Sir Charles, 17 ; Elizabeth, 17. 

Mortimer, Margaret, 122 ; Thomas, 123. 

Mount, Christian, 8 ; Harriet, 8 ; John, 8. 

Mountmorres, Hervey, Viscount, 42 ; Lady 
Letitia, 42 ; Mary, Viscountess, 42. 

Mountmorris, Arthur, Earl of, 27. 

Muggleston, Anne, 132. 

Mulcaster, Mary, 86 ; Thomas, 86. 

Mundy, Anne, 132, 134; Elizabeth, 134; 
Francis Noel Clarke, 134 ; Wrightson, 

132, 134- 
Munk, Caroline, 4; Edward, 4. 
Mydilton, Elspet, 122. 



Need, Elizabeth, 118, 136; Hephzibah, 

118 ; Samuel, 1 18, 136. 
Nelson, Catherine, 96 ; William, 96. 
Nevill, Frances, Lady Bergavenny, 90 ; 

Henry, Lord Bergavenny, 90 ; John, 

Marquess of Montagu, 14 ; Lady Lucy, 

14; RIary, Baroness Le Despencer, 90. 
Neville, Catherine, 160 ; William, 160. 
Newcomen, Hon'''^ Elizabeth, 41 ; 

Ponsonby, 41 ; Colonel Thomas, 41 ; 

Sir Thomas, Bt., 41. 
Newdigate, Henrietta Maria, 144 ; Dame 

Mary, 144 ; Sir Richard, Bt., 144. 
Newdigate-Newdegate, Francis Alexander, 
, 144- 
Newman, Charlotte, 163 ; Jacob, 37 ; 

John, 163 ; Mary, 37. 
Newnham, Anne, 124 ; Joan, 108 ; 

Nathaniel, 124 ; Thomas, 108. 
Newsam, Elizabeth, 135, 137 ; Isabella, 

137 ; Rev. William, 135, 137. 



184 



Nilgress, Dorothy, 73. 

Nodes, Charles, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93 ; 

Margery, 77 ; William, 77. 
Noel, Arabella, Lady Barham, 53 ; 

Catherine, Countess of Gainsborough, 

21 ; Charles, Earl of Gainsborough, 53 ; 

Charlotte Christina, 134 ; Elizabeth, 53 ; 

Frances, 78 ; Frances, Countess of 

Gainsborough, 53 ; Rev. the Hon'''^ 

Gerard Thomas, 134 ; Lady Rachel, 21 ; 

Sir William, Bt., 78; Wriothesley 

Baptist, Earl of Gainsborough, 21. 
Norborne, Elizabeth, 23 ; Walter, 23. 
Norcliffe, Benjamin, 28 ; Penelope, 

28. 
Norfolk, Anne, Duchess of, 18 ; Henry, 

Duke of, 18 ; Henry Charles, Duke of, 

105 ; Jane, Duchess of, 18. 
Norminton, Joseph, 59 ; Sarah, 59. 
North of Kirtling, Alice, Lady, 15 ; 

Christian, 15; Edward, Lord, 15. 
Northampton, Anne, Countess of, 23 ; 

Charles, Earl of, 23; James, Earl of, 

21, 152. 
Northbrook, Arabella Georgina, Lady, 54 ; 

Francis Thornhill, Baron, 54. 
Northumberland, Anne, Countess of, 16 ; 

Frances Julia, Duchess of, 113; Henr>-, 

Earl of, 16; Hugh, Duke of, 112, 113 ; 

Thomas, Earl of, 16. 
Norton, Catherine, 96 ; Welbury, 96. 
Nunn, Mar)', 163; Philip, 163; Rose, 163. 



O'Brien, Anne, Marchioness of Thomond, 
104 ; Lady Aubeiie Ann Penelope, 24 ; 
Donogh, Lord, 24 ; Lady Elizabeth, 94 ; 
Henrietta, Lady, 24; Henry, Earl of 
Thomond, 17, 24, 94; Henry Horatio, 
Lord, 24 ; James, Marquess of Thomond, 
104; Lady Margaret, 17; Mary, 
Countess of Thomcjnd, 17. 

O'Callaghan, Cornelius, 27 ; Frances 
Westby, 27. 

O'Dell, John, 45 ; Katherine, 45. 

Offley, Margaret, 129 ; William, 129. 

Ogle, Dorothy, 50 ; Elizabeth, 51 ; 
Nathaniel, 51 ; Robert, 50. 

O'Kearney, Donogh, 17 ; Lady Margaret, 

17- 

Okeover, Dorothy, 144 ; Ralph, 144 ; 

Rowland, 144 ; Sibil, 144. 
Onslow, Sir Henry, 1 56 ; Dame Jane, 

156. 
Ormerod, Charlotte Anne, 1 1 ; Lawrence, 

II. 
Ormonde, Helena, Countess of, 18 ; James, 

Duke of, 23 ; Mary, Duchess of, 23 ; 

Thomas, Earl of, 18. 
Orr, Barbara, 121 ; Rev. — , 121. 
Osborne, Bridget, Duchess of Leeds, 21 ; 

Elizabeth Grimwood, 164; John, 164; 

John Posford, 164; Lady Mary, 21; 

Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, 21. 



Ottley, Drewry, 83 ; Priscilla, 83 ; Sarah 

Willett, 88 ; W^illiam, 88. 
Oughton, Sir Adolphus, Bt., 144; Dame 

Frances, 144. 
Owen, Anne, 13; Lieut. -Colonel Arthur, 

13 ; Dame Lettice, 144 ; Sir William, 

144; Sir William, Bt., 13. 



Page, Blanche, 82 ; Robert Hyde, 82 ; 

Sir Thomas Hyde, 82. 
Paget, General the Hont"'^ Sir Edward, 
151 ; Elizabeth, Countess of Uxbridge, 
145 ; Dame Frances, 151 ; Lady Harriet, 
151; Henr>', Earl of Uxbridge, 145; 
Henry, Baron, 151 ; Mary, Countess of 
Uxbridge, 145. 
Palmer, Anna, 35 ; Charles, 87 ; Elizabeth, 
87; Jane, 35; Margaret, 154; Dame 
Margaret, 154 ; Philip, 35 ; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 154. 
Palmes, Francis, 94 ; Mary, 94. 
Panchen, Mary Hyde, 84; Rev. William, 

84. 
Panton, Mary, 114; Thomas, 114. 
Park, Anne, 65 ; Rev. George, 65. 
Parker, Dorothy, i ; Lady Elizabeth, 103 ; 
Sir George, Bt., 143; Hugh, 137; 
John, 136; Mary, 136; Dame Mary, 
143 ; Mary, Countess of Macclesfield, 
103; Sarah, 137; Thomas, Earl of 
Macclesfield, 103; William, i; — , ill. 
Parkinson, Abraham, 59, 60 ; Hannah, 

59 ; Sarah, 60. 
Parmenter, John, 162; Sarah, 162. 
Parvish, Henry, 161 ; Mary, 161. 
Paterson, Elizabeth, 159; Thomas, 159. 
Paul, Catharine, 95, 103 ; William, 95, 

103. 
Payn, Edward, 98 ; Elizabeth, 98. 
Pearson, Margaret, 49. 
Pease, Cassandra, 5. 

Peel, Alice, 64; Anne, 62-65; Anne Jane, 
65 ; Betty, 64, 65 ; Bolton, 64 ; 
Catherine, 62, 66; Dorothy, 66; Edmund, 
62, 64, 66 ; Eliza, 64 ; Elizabeth, 62, 
64 ; Elizabeth Isabella, 64 ; Elizabeth 
Margaret, 65, 137 ; Dame Ellen, 62 ; 
Esther, 63, 66; Georgiana, 137; Rev. 
Giles Haworth, 63 ; Grace, 64 ; Jane, 
62-64, 66; Jenny, 65; John, 65, 137; 
Jonathan, 63, 64; Joseph, 63, 65, 66; 
Lawrence, 62, 64 ; Margaret, 63 ; Maria, 
63; Martha, 63; Mary, 62-66; Nicholas, 
63; Paul, 63; Robert, 62-64; Robert 
John, 64, 66; Sir Robert, Bt., 62; 
Sophia Anne, 65 ; Dame Susanna, 62 ; 
Susannah, 66; William, 62-65. 
Pelham, Diana, 92 ; Edward, 92. 
Pennyman, Bridget, 31 ; Dorothy, 31 ; 
Dame Elizabeth, 52; Sir James, Bt., 
52 ; Dame Mary, 52 ; Ralph, 31. 
Pentland, Emily, 13. 
Pepper, Elizabeth, 75; William, 57. 



185 



Percy, Algernon, Earl of Beverley, 112; 
Anne, Countess, 113; Anne, Countess 
of Northumberland, 16 ; Frances Julia, 
Duchess of Northumberland, 1 13 ; 
Henry, Earl of Northumberland, 
16 ; Hugh, Duke of Northumberland, 
112, 113; Isabella Susannah, Countess 
of Beverley, 112; Thomas, Earl of 
Northumberland, 16; Sir Thomas, 16. 

Perkins, Martha, 106; Thomas, 106. 

Perry, Thomas, 78. 

Pert, Elizabeth, 93 ; William, 93. 

Petre, Catherine, Lady, 20; Robert, Lord, 
20; William, Lord, 20. 

Petrie, William, 123. 

Philipps, Phillipps, Christian, 121 ; Henry 
Wyndham, 32 ; Sophia, 53, 128 ; Susan 
Elizabeth, 32 ; Thomas March, 53, 128 ; 
Walter, 1 21. 

PhiHpson, Anne, 18; Miles, 18. 

Pickering, Catherine, 62. 

Piers, Elizabeth, loi ; John, 161 ; 
Thomasine, 161 ; William, loi. 

Pigot, Pigott, Dorothy, 1 1 ; Emma, 1 1 ; 
Frances, 10; Gervase, 130; Honor, 
10 ; Mary, 130 ; Robert, 10 ; Sophia, 
II ; WilHam, 11 ; Rev. William, 
II. 

Pike, Elizabeth, 163; John, 163. 

Pilkington, Barbara, 10; Edward, 10. 

Pilling, John, 64; Mary, 64. 

Plymouth, Mary, Countess of, 158; Other 
Archer, Earl of, 158 ; Other Hickman, 
Earl of, 158; Sarah, Countess of, 158; 
Thomas, Earl of, 95. 

Poignat, Marie, 34. 

Pole, Henry, Lord Montacute, 15 ; 
Katharine, 15. 

Poley, Anne, 160; John, 154, 160; 
Margaret, 154; Mirabel, 160. 

Polley, David, 3 ; Jane, 3. 

Ponsonby, Anne, 37 ; Lady Anne, 41 ; 
j^Qpbie Anne, 42 ; Brabazon, 40 ; 
Brabazon, Earl of Bessborough, 38 ; 
Hon'''^ Bridget, 42 ; Hont"e Carohne, 
41 ; Caroline, Countess of Bessborough, 
39 ; Lady Catharine, 39 ; Charles 
Brabazon, 39 ; Lady Charlotte, 40 ; 
Dorothy, 37 ; Dame Dorothy, 37 ; 
Hon'''* Dorothy, 42 ; Lady Dorothy, 
38; Elizabeth, 38; Elizabeth, Viscountess 
Duncannon, 38; Dame Elizabeth, 37; 
Honi^'* Elizabeth, 41 ; Lady Elizabeth, 
40, 41 ; Hon'''* Folliot, 40 ; Hon^'*^ 
Frances, 39 ; Frederick, Earl of 
Bessborough, 41 ; Henrietta Frances, 
Countess of Bessborough, 41 ; Henry, 37 ; 
Hone's Henry, 41 ; Sir Henry, 37 ; Major- 
General the Hon^'« Henry, 39 ; Hon'''* 
Jane, 40 ; John, 37 ; Hon"^'* John, 40 ; 
Sir John, 37 ; Hon'''* Letitia, 42 ; Lady 
Letitia, 42 ; I,ouisa, Lady, 40, 51 ; 
Margetson, 38 ; Mary, 38, 40 ; Hon'''* 
Mary, 42 ; Lady Mary, 38 ; Hon'''* 
Mary Elizabeth, 51 ; Hon'''* Rachel, 41 ; 



Honb'* Richard, 42 ; Rose, 37 ; Hon'''* 
Sarah, 38, 41 ; Lady Sarah, 40; William, 
Earl of Bessborough, 39 ; William, 
Viscount Duncannon, 38 ; Hon'''* 
William Brabazon, 39 ; William 
Brabazon, Baron, 51 ; see Bessborough 
and Duncannon. 

Poole, Edward, 163; Frances, 163; Judith, 
163 ; Robert, 163. 

Porcher, James, 35 ; Jane, 35 ; Magdalen, 

35- 
Porter, Agnes, 67; Thomas, 67. 
Potts, Elizabeth, 100. 
Poulett, John, Earl of, 25 ; Lady Mary, 

25- 
Powel, Elizabeth, 19; Sir William, 19. 
Power, Helena, iS; John, 18. 
Powerscourt, FoUiott, Viscount, 37. 
Powis, Elizabeth, Marchioness of, 19 ; 

William, Marquess of, 19. 
Powtrell, Mary, 92; Thomas, 92. 
Poyntz, Margaret Georgiana, 41 ; Stephen, 

41- 
Prett}Tnan, Susan, 28; William, 28. 
Price, Anne, 22 ; Robert, 22 ; Uvedale, 

22. 
Pryke, Mary, 163; William, 163. 
Pulman, James, 105. 
Purser, Jane, 69; Thomas, 69. 
Pym, Catherine, 83 ; William, 83. 
Pyott, Mary, 131; Lieut. -Colonel Richard, 

131- 



Quarles, Dame Anne, 161 ; Dame Hester, 
161 ; Dame Mary, 161 ; Sir Robert, 
161. 



Raa, Robert, 123. 

RadclifFe, Dame Elizabeth, 64 ; Sir Joseph, 

Bt., 64. 
Raglan, Emily Harriet, Lady, 27 ; Field- 
Marshal Sir FitzRoy James Henry, 

Baron, 27. 
Raittray, Nause, 122. 
Rant, Elizabeth, 73 ; William, 73. 
Raphoe, Rt. Rev. Philip Twysden, Bishop 

of, 150. 
Ravie, Anthony, 8; Philadelphia, 8. 
Rawson, Catherine, 33 ; Elizabeth, 33 ; 

Stansfeld, 33. 
Ray, Mary, 83 ; Orbell, 83. 
Raymond, Amy, 112; Sir Charles, Bt., 

114; Hugh, 112; Dame Sarah, 114; 

Sophia, 114. 
Raynes, Anne, 154 ; Parnell, 154 ; William, 

154- 
Reade, Thomas, 161 ; Thomasine, 161. 
Red, Christian, 122. 
Reddall, Ambrose, 45 ; Frances, 45. 
Redfern, Abraham, 9 ; Anne, 9 ; Mary, 9. 
Repington, Catherine, 132 ; Sebright, 132 ; 

Francis, 142 ; Mary, 132, 142. 
Repton, Dorothy, 168 ; Rev. John, 168. 



Reynolds, Elizabeth, 107 ; John, 107. 
Richards, Elizabeth, 117 ; James, 1 17. 
Richardson, Elizabeth, 68, 118; Ellen, 

165 ; John, 165 ; Colonel William, 

118. 
Ridley, Richard, 123 ; Janet, 123. 
Ritchie, Thomas, 123. 
Rivers, Jane, 109 ; Sir John, 109 ; Nigel, 

109 ; Richard, Earl, 14 ; Thomas, Earl, 

93- 

Rixon, Margaret, 154. 

Roberts, Frances, 92, 108 ; Katherine, 92 ; 
Walter, 92 ; Sir Thomas, 108. 

Robertson, Alexander, 123 ; Christian, 
120; James, 122; Jane, 120; John, 
120 ; Matthew, 123 ; Walter, 123 ; 
Rev. William, 123. 

Robinson, Anne, 29 ; Frances, Lady 
Grantham, 30 ; Francis Barlow, 8 ; 
Juliana, 7 ; Marmaduke, 7 ; Dame Mary, 
29 ; Thomas, Lord Grantham, 30 ; Sir 
William, Bt., 29, 30. 

Roche, Anne, 152 ; Dav'id, Viscount 
Fermoy, 18; Hont"e Ellen, 18. 

Rochester, Laurence, Earl of, 23. 

Rockingham, Charles, Marquess of, 40. 

Roden, Robert, Earl of, 53. 

Rodney, Frances, 100 ; William, 100. 

Rogers, Catherine, 164 ; John, 164. 

Rolleston, Dorothy, 132; Rev. John, 
132. 

Roper, Rebecca, 78 ; Robert, 78. 

Ross, James, 123. 

Rotherham, Elizabeth, 143, 152; Sir 
Thomas, 143, 152. 

Rothwell, Anne, 99 ; Edward, 99. 

Round, Ann, 5S ; Anna Christiana, 58 ; 
Catherine, 57 ; Charles, 58 ; Charlotte, 
58 ; Ehzabeth, 58 ; Frances, 57 ; Francis 
Richard, 56 ; George, 58 ; James, 56, 
58; Rev. James, 57: John, 56-58; 
John Horace, 57 ; Katherine, 57 ; Mary, 
56-58; Susan Constantia, 57 ; Susanna, 
56 ; Thamar, 56, 57 ; Thomas, 56 ; 
William, 56-58. 

Rowe, Charlotte, 102 ; Nicholas, I02. 

Rowley, Sir John, 42 ; Letitia, 42. 

Rudgeley, Anne, 124; John, 124. 

Rushworth, Hannah, 97 ; John, 97. 

Russell, Russel, Anne, 17 ; Elizabeth, 29 ; 
Elizabeth, Lady, 17 ; Francis, Earl of 
Bedford, 17 ; Hannah, 97 ; John, 97 ; 
Sir John, 29; John, Lord, 17; Mary, 
22 ; Sir William, 22. 

Rutland, Charles, Duke of, 26 ; John, 
Duke of, 133 ; John, Earl of, 94 ; Lucy, 
Duchess of, 133 ; Mary Isabella, 
Duchess of, 26; Thomas, Earl of, 90. 

Ryder, Anna Sophia, 53 ; Anne, 124, 126 ; 
j-jQjibie Anne, 128; Dame Anne, 124; 
Barbara, 126 ; Benedi, 125 ; Dudley, 
125; Rev. Dudley, 124; Sir Dudley, 
124 ; Dudley, Earl of Harrowby, 
125, 126 ; Hont"'^ Edward Henry 
Dudley, 128 ; Elizabeth, 124, 127 ; 



Hon*''e Elizabeth, 127; Elizabeth, Lady 
Harrowby, 125 ; P"rances, Countess of 
Harrowby, 126 ; Francis, 126 ; Hon^'« 
Frederica, 126 ; Frederica Anna, 126 ; 
Hon^'e Frederick Dudley, 128 ; Lady 
Georgiana Augusta, 127 ; Lady 
Georgiana Elizabeth, 127 ; Hon'''* 
Granville Dudley, 127 ; Lady Harriet 
Charlotte Sophia, 128 ; Henry, 126 ; 
Rt. Rev. the Hon'^''^ Henry, Bishop of 
Lichfield and Coventry, 53, 128 ; 
Katherine, 125 ; Lomax, 124 ; Lady 
Louisa Elizabeth, 128 ; Hon'^'e Marian 
Charlotte Emily, 128; Mar)', 124, 127; 
Lady Mary, 127 ; Nathaniel, Baron 
Harrowby, 125 ; Nathaniel, 127 ; 
Richard, 124 ; Hon'''* Richard, 126 ; 
Robert, 124 ; Sarah, 125 ; Hon'''*' 
Sophia, 53, 128 ; Susan, 126 ; Lady 
Susan, 125 ; Susan, Countess of 
Harrowby, 125; William, 124. 



Sackville, Anne, Countess of Dorset, 152 ; 

Arabella Diana, Duchess of Dorset, 

158; Charles, Earl of Dorset, 21, 152; 

John Frederick, Duke of Dorset, 158 ; 

Lady Mary, 21, 158; Mary, Countess 

of Dorset, 21, 152. 
St. Albans, Aubrey, Duke of, 39 ; 

Catharine, Duchess of, 39. 
St. Andrew, John, 130; Mary, 130. 
St. Asaph, Rt. Rev. the Hon'''® Lewis 

Bagot, Bishop of, 151. 
St. John, Anne, Viscountess, 147 ; Hon'''« 

Elizabeth Louisa, 147; John, Viscount, 

147. 
St. Quintin, Charlotte, 102 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 102. 
Salter, Elizabeth, ill; George, III. 
Salusbury, Charles, 143 ; Jane, 143 ; 

— . 145- 

Samwell, Frances, 144; Richard, 144. 

Sanderson, Anne, 7 ; Edward, 7. 

Sandy, Dorothy, 37. 

Sangster, William, 123. 

Sankey, Elizabeth, 38; John, 38. 

Sarson, Mary, 115; William, 115. 

Saunders, Mary, 140; William, 140. 

Saurin, Admiral Edward, 127; Lady Mary, 
127; William, 127. 

Savage, Allen, 108 ; Anne, 108 ; Lady 
Anne, 93 ; Hon'''*' Bridget, 20 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 15 ; Sir John, 15 ; Thomas, 
Earl Rivers, 93 ; Hon'''* Thomas, 20. 

Scott, Dorothy, 5; Elizabeth, 5 ; Robert, 5. 

Scrimshire, Elizabeth, 144 ; John, 144. 

Scrope, Anne, 99; John, 99 ; Thomas, 99. 

Scudamore, Charles, 22; Hon'''* Frances, 
22 ; Frances, Viscountess, 22 ; Henry, 
Duke of Beaufort, 22 ; James, Viscount, 
22. 

Seabrook, Frances, 162 ; Rev. Thomas, 
162. 

Seale, Mary, 3. 



187 



Searle, Charles, 58 ; Mar}', 58. 

Seckford, Dame Anne, 161 ; Sir Thomas, 

161. 
Sedley, Sir Charles, 133 ; Dorothy, loi ; 

Elizabeth, 133; Sir John, Bt., loi. 
Selby, Dame Elizabeth, 155 ; Sir Henry, 

155; J-'^ne, 155. 
Seton, Isabella, 30; John, 30. 
Seyliard, John, 157; Margaret, 157. 
Seymour, Lady Frances, 102 ; Henry, 

Lord Beauchamp, 1 7 ; Mary, Lady 

Beauchamp, 17 ; William, Duke of 

Somerset, 102 ; William, Marquess of 

Hertford, 17. 
Seyngzour, Bisse, 122. 
Shakerley, Anne, 146; George, 146. 
Shannon, Francis, Viscount, 38. 
Sharp, Mary, ilS; William, 118. 
Shaw, Captain, 37 ; Dorothy, t,J ; Joan, 

106; Oliver, 106. 
Sherard, Bennet, Baron, 133 ; Hon^''^ 

Lucy, 133. 
Sherington, Grace, 91 ; Sir Henry, 91. 
Sherreff, Maria, 53 ; General William, 53. 
Shiers, Katherine, 125. 
Shinton, INIary, 80; William, 80. 
Shipman, Anne, 84 ; Edward, 69 ; 

Elizabeth, 69 ; Francis, 84. 
Shipton, Elizabeth, 116; Robert, 116. 
Shirley, Evel>Ti, 86 ; Phillis, 86. 
Shorrock, Grace, 63. 
Short, Bridget, ill; Jane, 108 ; Peter, 

108; Thomas, III. 
Sibbald, Rev. James, 123; Rev. Patrick, 

123. 
Simsone, William, 123. 
Skein, Robert, 123. 
Skelton, Jane, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Skrimshire, Sir Charles, 78; Dame Frances, 

Skynner, Frederica, 126 ; Sir John, 126 ; 
Martha, 126. 

Slater, Elizabeth Margaret, 65, 137 ; 
Gilbert, 65 ; Isabel, 65. 

Smart, Diana, 107 ; Thomas, 107. 

Smijth, Ann, 45 ; Sir Charles, Bt., 45. 

Smith, Adam, 123 ; Albreda de Wiveslie, 
119 ; Anne, 115 ; Elizabeth, 168 ; Henry, 
108; Jane, 108; Joseph, 55, 168; 
Margaret, 115; Mary, 166; Richard 
Playne, 119; Robert, 115; Sarah, 55. 

Smyth, Alice, 77. 

Sneyd, Barbara, 146 ; Louisa, 147 ; Ralph, 
146 ; Walter, 147. 

Somerset, Anne, 22 ; Lady Anne, 16, 18, 
20, 23, 25 ; Anne, Countess of Worcester, 
17 ; Lady Anne Elizabeth, 27 ; Lord 
Arthur, 22 ; Lord Arthur John Henry, 26 ; 
Lady Blanche, 21 ; Dame Bridget, 20; 
Lady Catherine, 20, 22, 27 ; Charles, 14 ; 
Lord Charles, 22 ; Hon*"* Charles, 18 ; 
Sir Charles, 16, 19 ; Charles Noel, Duke 
of Beaufort, 23 ; Charles, Marquess of 
Worcester, 21 ; Charles, Earl of Worces- 
ter, 14; General Lord Charles Henry, 25 ; 



Charlotte Sophia, Duchess of Beaufort, 
24, 127 ; Christian, Countess of Wor- 
cester, 15 ; Hon'''<= Christopher, 19 ; 
Edward, 19, 22 ; Sir Edward, 20 ; 
Edward, Marquess of Worcester, 17 ; 
Edward, Earl of Worcester, 15 ; Lady 
Eleanor, 16 ; Eleanor, Countess of 
Worcester, 14 ; Elizabeth, 16, 19, 22 ; 
Lady Elizabeth, 15, 17-20, 22, 24-27 ; 
Hon'^'*^ Elizabeth, 19 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
19 ; Elizabeth, Duchess of Beaufort, 23, 
24 ; Elizabeth, Countess of Worcester, 
14, 15; Lady Eleanor, 16; Dame Ellen, 
14, 91 ; Emily Harriet, Lady Raglan, 
27 ; Dame Emme, 16 ; Field-Marshal 
FitzRoy James Henry, Baron Raglan, 
27 ; Frances, 19 ; Lady Frances, 20 ; 
Frances, Duchess of Beaufort, 22 ; Lady 
Frances Elizabeth, 26 ; Lady Frances 
Westby, 27 ; Hont>'« Francis, 16, 18, 19; 
Hon''''= Frederick, 19 ; Sir George, 14, 
91 ; Lady Georgiana Augusta, 127 ; 
Lady Harriet Isabella, 26 ; Helena, 
Viscountess, 18; Lady Henrietta, 23-25 ; 
Henry, 20 ; Hon'''^ Henry, 18, 19 ; 
Henry, Duke of, 14 ; Henry, Duke 
of Beaufort, 17, 21, 22, 24 ; Henry, 
Marquess of Worcester, 17 ; Henry, Earl 
of Worcester, 14 ; Heniy, Lord Herbert, 
18 ; Henry Charles, Duke of Beaufort, 
24, 127 ; Lord Henry Edward, 

25 ; Hon'^'^ James, 19 ; Lady Jane, 
16; Lord John, 22; Sir John, 18; 
Colonel Lord John Thomas Henry, 
27 ; Dame Louisa Augusta, 26 ; Lady 
Lucy, 16 ; Margaret, jNIarchioness of 
Worcester, 17 ; Margaret, Countess of 
Worcester, 14 ; Mary, 19, 22 ; Lady 
Mary, 14, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25 ; Dame 
Mary, 14, 18 ; Mary, Duchess of 
Beaufort, 17, 21 ; Lady Mar\' Isabella, 

26 ; Lord Norbome Berkeley, 25 ; Lady 
Rachel, 24 ; Rachel, Duchess of 
Beaufort, 21 ; Rebecca, ^Marchioness of 
Worcester, 21 ; Sir Robert Edward 
Henr)% 26 ; Hon^'« Thomas, 15, 18 ; 
Thomas, Viscount, 18 ; Hon'''^ W'illiam, 
18 ; William, Duke of, 102 ; William, 
Earl of Worcester, 15 ; William, Lord 
Herbert, 16 ; Rev. Lord William George 
Henr}', 27 ; see Scudamore. 

Somerville, Dame Elizabeth, 125 ; Sir 
Marcus, Bt. , 125. 

Southampton, Anne, Lady, 148 ; Charles, 
Lord, 148; Frances, Countess of, 102. 

Southwell, Bridget, 40; WiUiam, 40. 

Sowillis, Marjorie, 122. 

Sparke, Rev. Edward, 56; Sarah, 56. 

Spencer, Caroline, 4; Elizabeth, 92; Lady 
Henrietta Frances, 41 ; John, Earl, 
41 ; Joseph, 4 ; Margaret Georgiana, 
Countess, 41 ; Robert, Lord, 92 ; 
Susanna, 4. 

Spilman, Dorothy, 73 ; William, 73. 

Squire, Alice, 15; Robert, 15. 



Stafford, Granville, Marquess of, 24, 125, 

127; Isabella, 138; Louisa, Marchioness 

of, 125 ; Susanna, Marchioness of, 24 ; 

Thomas, 138. 
Stainer, James, lOO; Jane, 100. 
Stainforth, Tabitha, 125 ; Rev. William, 

125. 
Stapleton, Dame Catharine, 95, 103 ; Dame 

Mary, 103 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 103 ; 

Sir William, Bt., 103. 
Starkie, Susan, 133. 
Starling, Elizabeth, 75 ; Robert, 75. 
Steedman, Elizabeth, 9; Elizabeth Martha, 

9; John, 9; John Funge, 9; Martha, 9; 

Mary, 9; Robert, 9; Thomas, 9. 
Steers, Anne Jane, 65 ; Spencer, 65. 
Stewart, Alexander, Earl of Galloway, 24 ; 

Lady Susanna, 24. 
Stidolfe, Sir Francis, 156; Jane, 156. 
Stidulf, Agnes, 90 ; Henry, 90 ; Thomas, 

90. 
Stoakes, Elizabeth, 107. 
Stone, Mary, 3. 

Storer, Catharine, lOO; Edward, too. 
Strachey, Sir Henry, Bt., 83 ; Dame Jane, 

83; Lucy, 83. 
Stringer, Catherine, 96 ; Thomas, 96. 
Strong, Ann, 71 ; Elizabeth, 71 ; John, 

71- 
Stuart, Lady Anne, 113 ; Frances, 

Marchioness of Bute, 126; Lady Frances, 

126; John, Earl of Bute, 113; John, 

Marquess of, 126. 
Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie,Georgiana Eliza- 
beth, Lady WTiarncliffe, 127 ; John, 

Lord, 127. 
Suffolk, Henry, Earl of, 149. 
Suffolk and Bindon, Henrietta, Countess 

of, 24 ; Henry, Earl of, 24. 
Sutton, Cecily, Lady Dudley, 14; Edward, 

Lord Dudley, 14 ; Eleanor, 14 ; 

Elizabeth, 167; William, 167. 
Swindale, George, 1 16; Susanna, 116. 
Swinfen, Anne, 119; John, 119; Mary 

Clarke, 119. 
Swinnerton, Anne, 148; William, 148. 
Swymmer, Elizabeth, lOl ; Mary Anne, 

lOl ; William, loi. 
Symondson, Catherine, 7. 
Symons, Catherine, 85 ; Louisa, 85 ; 

William, 85. 
Sylvester, Cassandra, 5 ; Dorothy, 5 ; 

Gregory, 5. 



Talbot, Very Rev. Charles, 25 ; Lady 

Elizabeth, 25 ; Mary, 132 ; Sherington, 

132. 
Tattersall, Dorothy, 47; Rev. James, 47. 
Tawrey, George, 50; Mary, 50. 
Taylor, Captain, 40 ; Elizabeth, 2 ; Jane, 

40. 
Templetown, Clotworthy, Baron, 149. 
Terrick, Elizabeth, 125; Rt. Rev. Richard, 

Bishop of London, 125; Tabitha, 125. 



Terry, Dame Judith, 79 ; Sir William, 79. 
Thacker, Gilbert, 131; Jane, 13 1. 
Thirkeld, James, 140; Jane, 140. 
Thomas, Elizabeth, 157; Rev. John, 157; 

Margaret, 155; Thomas, 155. 
Thomond, Anne, Marchioness of, 104 ; 

Henry, Earl of, 17, 94; James, Marquess 

of, 104; Mary, Countess of, 17. 
Thompson, Elizabeth, 82 ; Dame Emily 

Frances Anne, 54 ; Dame Hannah Jean, 

54 ; Rev. Sir Henr>-, Bt., 54 ; Jane, 35 ; 

Jeffrey, 82 ; John, 35. 
Thomson, Alexander, 123. 
Thornhill, EHzabeth, 161 ; Richard, i6r. 
Thornhurst, Dame Anne, 91 ; Grace, 91, 

94; Sir William, 91, 94. 
Thornton, Anne, 124; Mary, 8; William, 8. 
Thoroton, Anne, 68 ; Mary, 68 ; Robert, 

68. 
Thursby, Anne, 10, 13 ; Benjamin, 13 ; 

Charles, 13 ; Rev. Charles, 12 ; 

Charlotte, 12; Charlotte Emma, 12; 

Christopher, 43 ; Dorothy, 1 1 ; Eleanor 

Mary, II ; Emily, 11, 13; Emma, 11, 

13; Frances, 13, 43; Frederick Spencer, 

12 ; George, 12 ; Georgiana Tr}'phena, 

12 ; Henry, 12 ; Henry Walter, 12 ; 

Honor, 10, 12 ; James, 12 ; John 

Harvey, 10, 11 ; Lucy, 12, 13; Mary, 

10; Mary Maria, 13; Robert, 10; 

Sophia Frances, 13 ; Thomas, 10 ; 

Walter, 13; Walter Harvey, 11 ; Rev. 

William, ii; William Richard, 13; 

William Spencer, 12; see Harvey. 
Thursfield, Margaret, 165; Stephen, 165. 
Thynne, Sir John, 16; Katherine, 16. 
Tichborne, Diana, 107; Edmund, 107. 
Tobin, Helen, 121 ; Marianne, 121 ; 

Patrick, 121. 
Todd, Deborah, 59; John, 59, 
Townley, Margaret, 5. 
Townshend, Dame Mary, 91 ; Sir Roger, 

Bt., 91. 
Tracy, Hon^'^ Elizabeth, 130 ; Sir John, 

91 ; Mary, 91 ; William, Viscount, 

130. 
Traill, Geillis, 122. 
Traunton, John, 80; Judith, 80. 
Treadwell, Jane, 45. 
Tregonwell, Elizabeth, 94 ; John, 94 ; 

Lewes, 94; Mary, 94. 
Tresse, Eleanor, 156; Sir Thomas, 156. 
Trevanion, John Trevanion Purnell 

Bettesworth, 133; Susanna, 133. 
Trevor, Edward, 37 ; Elizabeth, T,7i 1 1° 5 

Frances Althea, 86 ; Rev. John William, 

86; Thomas, Lord, no. 
Trew, Margaret, 140; William, 140. 
Triggs, Elizabeth, 156. 
Trobridge, Jane, 11. 
Trueman, James, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; Magdalen, 

68. 
Tubb, Eliza, 64; William, 64. 
Tullamore, Elizabeth, Lady, 38 ; John, 

Lord, 38. 



Twisden, Margaret, 91 ; Roger, 91. 
Twysden, Frances, 150; Rt. Rev. Philip, 

Bishop of Raphoe, 150. 
Tyrie, Gilbert, 120; Jane, 1 20. 
Tyrrell, Margery, 77. 



Ullock, Anne, 1 15; George, 1 15. 

Urquhart, William, 122. 

Uxbridge, Elizabeth, Countess of, 145 ; 

Henry, Earl of, 145, 151 ; Mary, 

Countess of, 145. 



Vanes, Dukes of Cleveland, 90. 

Vaughan, Sir Edward, 16; Dame Eleanor, 

16. 
Vere, Horace, Lord, 91, 94; Mary, 91 ; 

Mary, Lady, 91, 94. 
Vernon, Emma, 114; Margaret, 139; 

Richard, 139; Thomas, 1 14. 
Verrall, Margaret, 108. 
Villiers, Beatrice, 138 ; Frances, Countess 

of Jersey, 150; George Bussey, Earl 

of Jersey, 150; Lady Harriet, 150; 

Sir John, 138 ; Susannah, 66 ; Rev. 

William, 66. 
Vincent, John, 78 ; Philadelphia, 78. 



Wagstaffe, Frances, 144 ; Dame Frances, 
144; Sir Thomas, 144, 146. 

Walden, Auberie Anne Penelope, Lady, 24. 

Walker, Arthur Edward, 119; Elizabeth, 
119, 136; Rev. George, 31; Harriet, 
136; Henry, II9; Joseph, 136; Sarah, 

31- 

Wall, Mary, 42 ; Hon'''^ Mary, 42 ; 

William, 42. 
Waller, Ann, 58; Elizabeth, 90 ; Joan, 90 ; 

William, 90; Ven^'« W., 58. 
Walmesley, Jane, 62^ Lawrence, 62. 
Walter, Elizabeth, 129; Sir John, 95, 129; 

Dame Margaret, 129 ; Mary, 95. 
Walton, Elizabeth, 136. 
Warburton, Elizabeth, 168 ; Joseph, 168. 
Ward, Frances, 10 ; Jane, 63 ; Mary, 

148 ; WiUiam, 10. 
Warde, Anne, 62 ; James, 62. 
Warner, Colonel Edward, 85 ; Grace, 85 ; 

John, 56 ; Susanna, 56. 
Warren, Ann, 148; Cecily, 139; Sir 

Laurence, 139; Vice- Admiral Sir Peter, 

148. 
Warwick, Hon^ie Elizabeth, 102 ; Philip, 

102. 
Wase, Christopher, 77 ; Margery, 77. 
Watte, Agnes, 67 ; Margaret, 67 ; Richard, 

67. 
Webb, Christopher, 161 ; Elizabeth, 161 ; 

Mary, 117 ; William, 117. 
Webber, Frances, 33 ; Rev. George Henry, 

33- 
Webster, Ehzabeth, 73 ; Hannah, 73 ; 

Sarah, 114; Thomas, 114 ; William, 73. 



Weetwood, Margaret, 48. 

Weille, Besse, 122. 

Wekett, Charlotte, 50. 

Weldon, iVrthur, 42 ; Hont>'e Bridget, 42 ; 
James, 44 ; Jane, 44 ; Mary, 37, 44 ; 
Rose, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington, 
27 ; Lady Emily Harriet, 27 ; Katherine 
Elizabeth, Countess of Mornington, 27, 
149 ; Lady Mary Charlotte Anne, 149 ; 
William, Earl of Mornington, 27, 149. 

Wellington, Arthur, Duke of, 27. 

Wells, John, 160 ; Mary, 160. 

Welman, Elizabeth, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 

Wentworth, Anne, 160; Diana, 46; 
Julia, 46 ; Thomas, Lord, 160 ; Sir 
William, Bt., 46. 

Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Charlotte, Countess 
Fitzwilliam, 40 ; Louisa, Countess Fitz- 
william, 40 ; William, Earl Fitz- 
william, 40. 

West, Ehzabeth, 96, 127; James, 158; 
John, 96, 127; Sarah, 158; William, 
96. 

Westmorland, Catherine, Countess of, 96 ; 
Charles, Earl of, 93 ; Dorothy, Countess 
of, 93 ; Elizabeth, Countess of, 93, loi ; 
Francis, Earl of, 91 ; Grace, Countess 
of, 91, 94; John, Earl of, 97, loi ; 
Mary, Countess of, 91, 94, 97; Mildmay, 
Earl of, 91, 94, icxD ; Rachel, Countess 
of> 95 ; Susan, Countess of, loi ; 
Thomas, Earl of, 96, loi ; Vere, Earl of, 
95 ; see Fane. 

Wharncliffe, Georgiana Elizabeth, Lady, 
127 ; John, Lord, 127. 

de Whatton, Margaret, 138; Robert, 138. 

Whitbread, Lady Elizabeth, 51 ; Harriet, 
51 ; Mary, 52 ; Lady Mary, 52 ; Samuel, 

5i> 52 
White, Elizabeth, 32; Lydia, 31; Sarah, 

31, 32 ; Taylor, 31, 32 ; Sir Thomas 

Wollaston, Bt., 31, 32. 
Whitgreve, Anne, 77 ; Humphrey, 77. 
Whitmore, Bridget, 20 ; John, 20 ; 

Margaret, 20. 
Widdrington, Henry, 48 ; Sir Henry, 48 ; 

Margaret, 48. 
Wiggett, Abigail, 74. 
Wigginton, Henrietta Maria, 144 ; Thomas, 

144. 
Wilds, James, 43 ; Joan, 43. 
Wilkins, Elizabeth, 80 ; John, 79 ; 

Rebecca, 79 ; William, 80. 
Willan, Ann, 45 ; Mary Ann, 45 ; Rev. 

Robert, 45. 
Willock, Anne, 65 ; Rev. Borlase, 65. 
Willoughby, Anne, 130; Cecily, 14; Sir 

Henry, Bt., 130; Sir William, 14. 
Willoughby of Eresby, Priscilla Barbara 

Elizabeth, Baroness, 114. 
Wilson, Rev. Edward, 61 ; Elizabeth, 136; 

Hannah, 61 ; James, 136; Mary, 43, 129; 

Very Rev. Thomas, 129. 
Wilt, Annas, 123. 



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Wimble, Hannah, 4 ; William, 4. 

Wimersley, Elizabeth, 5. 

Windsor, Catherine, Lady, 22 ; Elizabeth, 
15; Lady Elizabeth, 95 ; Mary, Countess 
of Plymouth, 158 ; Other Archer, Earl 
of Plymouth, 158 ; Other Hickman, 
Earl of Plymouth, 158 ; Sarah, Countess 
of Plymouth, 158 ; Thomas, Earl of 
Plymouth, 95 ; Thomas, Lord, 22 ; 
Wilham, 15; William, Lord, 15. 

Wlngfield, Elizabeth, 37 ; FolUott, Viscount 
Powerscourt, 37; Mary, 150; Richard, 
37; Rowland, 150. 

Winter, Dame Anne, 20 ; Sir Edward, 20. 

Winthrop, Anne, 13; Rev. Benjamin, 13. 

Wodnoth, Benjamin, 10; Mary, 10. 

Wollaston, Alice, 77, 80, 81 ; Althea, 84; 
Althea Hyde, 85 ; Althea Jane, 87 ; 
Amelia Hyde, 88 ; Anna Hyde, 88 ; 
Anne, 77, 78, 81, 84, 87 ; Bethiah, 85 ; 
Blanche, 82 ; Caroline, 88 ; Catherine, 
79, 82, 83, 85, 86 ; Vice-Admiral 
Charles, 84 ; Rev. Charles Hyde, 88 ; 
Charlotte Hyde, 87 ; Charlton, 82, 
85 ; Charlton Byam, 86 ; Edward, 
78, 79, 81 ; Eleanor, 79 ; Elizabeth, 
77-82, 87 ; Elizabeth Palmer, 87 ; 
Frances, 79, 86, 89 ; Frances Althea, 
86 ; Frances Maria, 89 ; Francis, 80, 
82, 83 ; Rev. Francis, 84 ; Rev. Francis 
Hayles, 88 ; Ven^'^^ Francis John Hyde, 
86 ; Rev. Frederick, 83 ; Frederick 
Hyde, 88; Colonel Frederick William, 

83 ; George, 78, 84 ; Rev. George, 87 ; 
Vice-Admiral George, 84 ; George 
Hyde, 87 ; Henrietta Hyde, 88 ; Henry, 
77-81, 86; Henry Hyde, 88; Rev. 
Henry John, 85; Henry Septimus Hyde, 
88, 89 ; Hester, 81 ; Jane, 88 ; John, 
78, 79, 86; Sir John, So; Joseph, 79; 
Judith, 79-81, 86; Katharine Hyde, 
87 ; Louisa, 85 ; Louisa Decima Hyde, 
89; Louisa Hyde, 88; Lucy, 79> 83; 
Margery, 77; Mary, 80, 83, 85, 86; Mary 
Ann, 87-89; Mary Hyde, 84; Nicholas, 

84 ; Oliver, 81 ; Philadelphia, 78, 79 ; 
Phillis, 85 ; Phillis Byam, 86 ; Priscilla, 
83 ; Rebecca, 79 ; Dame Rebecca, 80 ; 
Richard, 77, 78, 81, 87; Robert, 86; 
Sabina, 78; Samuel, 81, 84; Sarah, 
77-81 ; Sarah Willett, 88 ; Sophia Hyde, 
89 ; Theophilus, 86 ; Thomas, 78, 79, 
81 ; Ursula, 81 ; William, 77-79, 81, 82; 
Rev. William, 79, 82 ; William Henry, 
86; William Hyde, 88; ^^^ Woollaston. 

Wolseley, Ellen, 115 ; John, 115 ; Sophia, 

II ; Sir William, Bt., 11. 
Wood, Catherine, 166; Elizabeth, 28; 

Hannah, 49 ; Sir John, 28 ; Mary, 2 ; 

Susan, 28; Thomas, 49. 
Woodford, Lieut. -Colonel John, lOi ; 

Lady Susan, loi. 
Woodgate, Jane, i. 
Woodhams, Susanna, 4. 
Woodhull, Elizabeth, 100; Thomas, 100. 



Woodrow, Ann, 76; Thomas, 76. 
Woods, Sir Albert William, 106. 
Woollaston, Sir Isaac, Bt., 31, 32; Sarah, 

31, 32; j-f^ Wollaston. 
Worcester, Anne, Countess of, 17; Charles, 
Earl of, 14; Charles, Marquess of, 21 ; 
Christian, Countess of, 15; Edward, 
Earl of, 15; Edward, Marquess of, 17; 
Eleanor, Countess of, 14 ; Elizabeth, 
Countess of, 14, 15; Henry, Marquess 
of, 17; Henry, Earl of, 14; Margaret, 
Countess of, 14 ; Margaret, Marchioness 
of, 17 ; Rebecca, Marchioness of 
Worcester, 21 ; William, Earl of, 15 ; 
see Beaufort and Somerset. 
Wormehill, Anne, 67. 
Worsley, Ahce, 28 ; Amelia, 31 ; Anne, 
29) 30, 33 ; Arthington, 30 ; Arthur, 
33 ; Caroline, 33 ; Catherine, 28, 33 ; 
Catherine Agnes, 33 ; Charles, 28, 30, 
31 ; Charles Valentine, 33 ; Digby 
Edmund, 33; Dorothy, 31, 32; 
Edmund, 29; Edward, 29, 30; Eliza- 
beth, 28-32; Frances, 30, 31, 33; 
Frederick, 30 ; Frederick Cayley, 33 ; 
George, 30 ; Rev. George, 30 ; Harriet, 
32 ; Dame Harriet Philadelphia, 32 ; 
Henry, 30, 31; Henry Francis, 33; 
Isabella, 31 ; Colonel James, 31 ; Rev. 
James, 31 ; Jane, 29 ; John, 28, 29 ; 
JuUana, 33 ; Katherine, 31 ; Lydia, 31 ; 
Marcus, 32 ; Margaret, 28 ; Mary, 28, 
29 ; Penelope, 28 ; Philadelphia, 32 ; 
Rev. Ralph, 32 ; Vice-Admiral Richard, 
32 ; Robert, 28, 30 ; Sir Robert, 28 ; 
Dame Sarah Philadelphia, 31 ; Septimus, 
31 ; Septimus Lancelot, 33 ; Sophia, 31, 
33 ; Dame Susan Elizabeth, 32 ; Thomas, 
28, 29 ; Rev. Thomas, 33 ; Winifred 
Sherring, 33; William, 30; Sir William, 
Bt., 31, 32; Colonel Sir William Cayley, 
Bt., 32. 
Worts, Mary, 73. 

Wotton, Catherine, 117; Thomas, 117. 
Wray, Dorothy, 99 ; Edward, 99. 
Wright, Anne, 129 ; Hannah, 69 ; John, 
33 ; Juliana, 33 ; Mary, 62, 129 ; 
Nathan, 129 ; Thomas, 69 ; Rev. — , 62. 
Wyatt, Frances, 112 ; Francis, 108 ; 

Richard, 112 ; Timothie, 108. 
Wydville, Lady Mary, 14 ; Richard, Earl 

Rivers, 14. 
Wynn, Dame Charlotte, 25 ; Dame 
Henrietta, 25 ; Sir Watkin Williams, 
Bt., 25. 
Wynne, Anne, 102 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop 

of Bath and Wells, 102. 
Wyston, Dorothy, 108 ; William, 108. 



Yate, Eleanor, 65 ; Robert Dobyns, 65. 

Yates, Edmund, 64; Elizabeth, 64, 155, 
156 ; Ellen, 62 ; Henry, 155-157 ; Jane, 
156 ; Mary, 62, 157 ; William, 62. 

Young, Sir Charles George, 105. 



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